Melissa Harris-Perry, a professor of Political Science at Wake Forest University, spoke Thursday afternoon at the 'Who's Choosin' Who?' lecture at the Knafel Center.
Law School Professor Noah Feldman speaks about the ISIS Thursday afternoon at Austin Hall. Deborah Amos, NPR International Correspondent, and Kristen Stilt, moderator, joined for the discussion.
Stormy weather hits Cambridge this Thursday while people try to protect themselves anyway they can, sometimes with little avail.
The Barker Center, pictured Thursday afternoon, is finally open. It has a full cafe menu available.
Ana Rodriguez, a member of the Quincy dining hall staff, won millions in the Massachusetts Lottery last week. Rodriguez estimates she has spent $10,000 on lottery tickets in recent years.
Tourists pose for photos in front of the famous John Harvard statue in Harvard Yard.
Avraham Burg, Israeli author, and former Speaker of the Knesset, speaks at the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs on Tuesday night.
Tourists take pictures with the most famous college statue in the world on a cold Tuesday afternoon. A tourist touches the foot of the statue, which is supposed to bring good luck. Harvard students know otherwise.
The first snowfall of the fall semester occurred early Tuesday morning. Although there are still some leaves on the trees, this small tree in the yard has lost all of its leaves, foreshadowing the dark winter that is looming.
American electro house musician, Steve Aoki, plays the House of Blues in Boston on October 31. Aoki was nominated for a 2013 Grammy for record production.
Harvard's Artist-in-Residence Jody Diamond leads Gamelan, a traditional musical ensemble from Indonesia featuring a variety of instruments like xylophones, drums, and gons, on Tuesday evening in Hilles.