Anneli L. Tostar
Students discussed the problems behind appropriation of culture and identity in Halloween costumes. The event was put on by the Harvard College Sustained Dialogue group and kick-started their "De-Stereotype Me" week.
Halloween candy distributed at the Sustained Dialogue conversation about insensitive Halloween costumes.
After a weekend of Halloween festivities and with more trick-or-treating on the horizon, students gathered on Tuesday night not to discuss their party plans, but rather what they described as a problematic narrative behind insensitive Halloween costumes.
Some men grow mustaches as a display of masculinity. Others do it as a way to change their image or conform to urban style trends. But for the men of Harvard’s medical community, growing a mustache is about raising awareness and money for men’s health.
President Bill Clinton speaks about the importance of recognizing our similarities in fostering human and environmental well-being. Clinton and his daughter, Chelsea Clinton, were honored by the Harvard School of Public Health on Thursday for their efforts to further public health, including among other things the distribution of AIDS medication.
Students perform in The Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club's 'The Bachhae' in the Loeb Ex.
The Harvard Opportunes give a performance outside at Faneuil Hall in Boston on October 19 during the 17th Annual A Capella competition.
Two members of the Greek chorus perform in "The Bacchae" in the Loeb Ex.
The Harvard men’s soccer team aims to earn its third straight win when it plays Boston College on Tuesday. The Crimson comes into the game on a roll, having beaten both Brown and Cornell this past week.
Rahm Emanuel, mayor of Chicago, speaks at the Institute of Politics on Friday about issues on his agenda such as transportation and the arts.
In an unprecedented collaboration, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Brooklyn Museum have combined their collections to offer the public an extensive view of John Singer Sargent’s watercolor pieces. The installation, which opens Sunday, brings together 92 watercolors that show a more subtle side of Sargent’s artistic prowess.