Alexander L. Jaffe
The Harvard Office of International Education on Dunster Street. The OIE helps students to plan international academic experiences, including "study abroad".
The interior of Alden & Harlow, Michael Scelfo's new contemporary American eatery on Brattle Street. The restaurant opened Friday in the space formerly occupied by long-time tenant Casablanca.
Dr. Thomas Burke of Massachusetts General Hospital speaks Tuesday night about the importance of global maternal health and the role of men in the field. Burke, also an assistant professor at Harvard Medical School, followed his lecture with a student discussion group.
A woman looks into Al's Cafe in the former Holyoke Center. Al's fate remains uncertain with the transition of the building into a new campus center.
Dunkin' Donuts' Bow Street outpost is set to close later this month. However, the chain will continue to maintain other stores throughout the Cambridge area.
After undergoing several years of construction, the Fogg Museum is expected to reopen in the fall of 2014. The reconstruction of the museum is part of a larger initiative to merge Harvard’s art collection into one building.
Attendees listen intently to Nick Wilding, during his lecture about the technology and process behind identification of forged Galileo books. Wilding, of Georgia State University, spoke Wednesday evening in Houghton Library.
Pat Levitt speaks about the development of complex social behaviors in humans and other animals. Levitt, of the University of Southern California, lectured Tuesday afternoon in Fong Auditorium.
These sundials are just a few of the timepieces displayed in Time and Time Again, a new exhibit curated by the Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments. The show is meant to explore both scientific and cultural perception of time in human society.