Dean Pfister hands out bookmarks to students on an early-morning shuttle ride on the Mather Express route. He gave hints indicating his shuttle ride in an email send out the day before.
The Mayor of Cambridge David P. Maher endorses the many organizations that participated in the $65 million redevelopment project.
Governor Deval L. Patrick ‘78, center right, breaks the ground along with members of the redevelopment project at 114 Mt. Auburn St. last Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2014. The area is going to be developed into an office building leased primarily by the university.
Davie, who prefers to be identified by his last name, says his usual winter outfit consists of two t-shirts, a sweatshirt, three coats, a pair of pants, basketball sneakers, two pairs of gloves, and two scarves.
François Godement, right, a professor of political science at the Paris Institute of Political Science, hosts a seminar about past, present, and future relations that the European Union and China have with each other.
Erik Brynjolfsson, center, the Schussel Family Professor of Management at the MIT Sloan School of Management, explains to an audience member how the current technological revolution may affect the economy and labor market. He was joined in the book talk by Andrew Mcafee, who is associate director of the Center for Digital Business at the MIT Sloan School of Management. The talk was moderated by Meghna Chakrabarti and hosted by the Harvard Book Store.
Sophomore forward Jimmy Vesey, pictured above in previous action, may be Harvard’s leading goal-scorer this season, but was scoreless as the Crimson fell, 6-0, to Northeastern on Monday evening.
Sophomore Brian Hart, shown here in previous action, made the game 3-2 midway through the third period, but junior Union forward Matt Hatch responded less than a minute later with his second goal of the night.
Boston Police bomb squad units leave Sever Hall after checking the premises for any bomb threats.
Students enter Emerson Hall to take their final examinations after it had been deemed safe by University officials.
Students pack up their belongings and leave Geological Lecture Hall after taking their Life Sciences 1a final examination. The exam continued as information about the explosives threat came through.
The Greater Boston Area experienced heavy snowfall this past weekend. Some inbound and outbound flights were postponed due to the severe weather.