Bill Fletcher, Jr. from the American Federation of Government Employees debunks myths about unions at Harvard Law School on Tuesday.
Yarina, the indigenous band from Ecuador, performs at the 30th Annual Cultural Survival Bazaar at Harvard's Center for Government and International Studies on Saturday.
Brooke Kantor '15 sings "Livin' on a Prayer" at the Shani a cappella Chanukah concert this Thursday at Hillel. Shani is Harvard's only Jewish social action a cappella group.
A student orders a taco at the new Plaza Tacos truck, which opened Monday outside of the Science Center.
In the space that used to be the skating rink outside of the Science Center, customers look at the menu of Plaza Tacos, a new food truck run by Harvard University Dining Services.
Guest director Robert Brustein leads actors in a rendition of an act from August Strindberg’s play “The Father” as part of Harvard’s Symposium held at the Barker Center this weekend.
Guest director Robert Brustein leads actors in a rendition of an act from Strindberg's play "The Father" as part of the Harvard Strindberg Symposium held at the Barker Center this weekend.
IOP Visiting Fellow Wael Nawara discusses the challenges facing democracy in the Middle East at Winthrop House on Thursday.
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