The Executive Chairman of Google, Eric E. Schmidt discusses entrepreneurship and technology in the future at the JFK Jr. Forum. The discussion was moderated by David Gergen, who is the Co-Director for the Center for Public Leadership.
Divest Harvard activists gather in front of Massachussets Hall to protest against the University's continued investment in various fossil fuel companies.
Divest Harvard activists blockaded one of the entrances in front of Massachusetts Hall to protest against the University's continued investment in various fossil fuel companies.
After a dispute with her mother, three years ago, Harley, 19, left home, adopting the “gypsy” lifestyle and traveling from one East Coast city to the next.
The construction of the Ruth Mulan Chu Chao Center is underway. The center is designed to be a new Harvard Business School Executive Education facility.
Brandon M. Terry '05, a Prize Fellow in Economics, History, and Politics, moderated the discussion on Race and Justice in Sports
The full panel on Race and Justice included from left to right: Richard K. Sherman, Seattle Seahawks cornerback, Arian I. Foster, Houston Texas running back, Larry D. Fitzgerald, Arizona Cardinals Receiver, and Domonique Foxworth, former NFL Players Association president and current Harvard MBA candidate.
Richard K. Sherman, left, Arian I. Foster, center, and Larry D. Fitzgerald, right, discuss their experiences during their collegiate years as student athletes and the difficulties they faced balancing academics and football.
UC Vice President Sietse K. Goffard ‘15, left, listens to University President Drew G. Faust as she answers a question during an open meeting with the student body.
Construction is slowly starting at the John W. Weeks bridge, as plans are being implemented to renovate the 87-year old bridge.
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