Construction is slowly starting at the John W. Weeks bridge, as plans are being implemented to renovate the 87-year old bridge.
Robert Zoellick, left, a former president of the World Bank and current senior fellow at the Kennedy School discusses Chinese energy, climate, and development with Professor Michael B. McElroy.
The Taco Truck is moving into 83 Mt. Auburn St. which was formerly occupied by Felipe’s Taqueria until it moved to Brattle Square.
Kate Sim ‘14, left, and Pearl Bhatnagar ‘14, right, with other members of the group Our Harvard Can Do Better discuss Title IX and its implementation at Harvard.
Upperclassmen storm Harvard Yard on Thursday morning to start off Housing Day festivities. The Class of 2017 received their housing assignments from their future housemates and visited their Houses during the evening to participate in festivities organized by the Houses.
The MBTA is planning to extend late-night service on weekends until about 2:30 am starting March 28. The one-year pilot program will provide weekend services on all subways and the most popular bus lines.
Graduate students talk after their town hall meeting regarding teaching at Harvard. Attendees expressed their frustration with late paychecks, large section sizes, and teaching appointments.
The results are unanimous—freshmen, are you ready?
Alex S. Jones, left, and Thomas E. Patterson present the Goldsmith Book Prize awards to Kevin Arceneaux and Jaron Lanier for their books on partisan media and the effect of technology on society, respectively.
Thomas E. Patterson presents a Goldsmith Book Prize award to Kevin Arceneaux for his book 'Changing minds or Changing Channels? Partisan News in an Age of Choice', which reflects on partisan media and its impact on politics.
Protesters gather in front of the Charles Hotel Wednesday, March 5, to call on the U.S. to take a more aggressive stance against the Russian presence in the Crimean region. President Obama arrived in Cambridge during the afternoon to raise money for the Democratic National Committee.
Police offers line up in front of the Charles Hotel as President Obama attends a fundraiser.