The four UC presidential tickets debated and answered questions on the platforms, past accomplishments, and plans for the Council if elected on Saturday night. The crossfire debate was co-organized by the Undergraduate Council and the Harvard Crimson.
While not an official university holiday for many students and faculty, Veterans Day was still observed by many on and off campus.
Harvard chaplains and supporters organized a silent sit-in advocating for peace in front of the Science Center on Veterans Day.
U.S. Rep. Joe P. Kennedy III talks to a supporter as he attends Martha M. Coakley’s watch party at the Fairmont Copley Plaza.
The Democratic nominee for Lieutenant Governor Steve Kerrigan tells the crowd to hold fast as election results trickle in at the Coakley headquarters.
Martha M. Coakley did not appear at her watch party in the Fairmont Copley Plaza leaving many supporters and staffers disappointed.
A Coakley supporter looks dejected at the election results at the Fairmont Copley Plaza.
A Coakley supporter chants for the Democratic candidate for governor to win as Coakley took the lead for a brief time.
Supporters were disappointed after it became clear that Charles D. Barker '79 would become the next governor of Massachusetts.
Edward J. Markey was elected U.S. Senator from Massachusetts with an overwhelming margin.