Tiana A Abdulmassih
Students perform in the Harvard South Asian Association's dance and music festival, Ghungroo, in Agassiz Theater on Feb 28. This year marked the show's 25th anniversary.
Jody Adams, right, head chef of Rialto in Harvard Square, talks with students as they swipe into Currier dining hall on Feb 28. HUDS asked Adams to plan a menu for all dining halls to serve for dinner on Friday night.
A man takes notes during the rountable discussion," Why is Kyiv Burning? The Turn to Violence in Ukraine’s Protest Movement and Its Political and Geostrategic Implications" on Feb 24. The Belfer Case Study Room in CGIS-South was packed with attendees.
Olga Onuch of the Ukrainian Research Institute speaks at "Why is Kyiv Burning? The Turn to Violence in Ukraine’s Protest Movement and Its Political and Geostrategic Implications" on Jan 24. Onuch argued that "the EuroMaidan... is a significant departure of social activism in Ukraine" using a timeline of the EuroMaidan and the various protest cycles. She ensured, "I can not stress this enough".
The women’s swimming and diving team captured its third Ivy League title in six years this past weekend. Junior Kelsey Hojan-Clark, shown above in previous action, finished sixth in the 400 individual medley.
Right behind the Carpenter Center of Visual Arts is 20 Prescott Street. Displaced Dunster residents live here as the University renovates their house.
UC Vice President Sieste Goffard (left), and UC President Gus Mayopoulos (right) hold up posters featuring themselves in support of their recent fundraising initiatives. The UC plans on meeting with President Faust to discuss increased funding towards extracurricular activities at Harvard.
The Valentine’s Day display in Papyrus on JFK Street remained front and center on Feb. 17. Although Valentine’s Day has come and gone, shops and restaurants throughout Harvard Square continue to celebrate.
An audience member asks a question during the UC meeting on Feb 17. Besides introducing the new members from the most recent UC Special Elections, the meeting encouraged members to ask questions about the UC's new fundraising initiatives.
Quinn Hatoff '15, an inactive Crimson editor and one of the UC's newest members, introduces himself at his first UC meeting. Hatoff is one of multiple students elected to the UC during their Special Elections this semester.
A bike sits half submerged in Harvard Square on Feb 10. Although most roads in Cambridge have been cleared of snow, it still poses a challenge around Harvard’s campus.