Bridget R Irvine
Protesters gather on the steps of Widener Library for a rally against Harvard's timber plantations in Argentina. The group listened to speeches by Sandra Korn (one of the student leaders for the Responsible Investment at Harvard Coalition) and UC President Gus Mayopoulos before heading over to Massachusetts Hall to protest.
Sandra Korn '14, a leader for the Responsible Investment at Harvard Coalition, speaks to protesters gathered on the steps of Widener Library on Friday afternoon. The rally protested Harvard's management of its timber plantations in northern Argentina and ended in a protest in front of Massachusetts Hall.
Green Street is located in Central Square.
The new exhibit in CGIS South, “The Thinking Hand: Tools and Traditions of the Japanese Carpenter” displays a variety of Japanese chisels. These pieces are just a few of the 62 tools on display in the new show, representing the base set of a traditional Japanese master carpenter, called a daiku.
Bas Smets, the Principal of Bureau Bas Smets in Brussels in Belgium, gestures while explaining the contours of rivers in Europe. His lecture, entitled "Land vs. Landscape," in Gund Hall on April 18, explained his general approach to his work: interacting with preexisting land to create unique landscapes.
Sorority rushers celebrate after opening their envelopes in the Sheraton Commander Hotel's Mount Vernon room this Tuesday evening (2-12).
Speakers at the Presidents' Round Table discuss the aims of their universities and how to transform the future (Nov 29). From left to right: Merilee Grindle (Chair; director of DRCLAS), Andrés Benítez (Rector, Universidad Adolfo Ibañez), Carlos Peña (Rector, Universidad Diego Portales), Ignacio Sánchez (Rector, Universidad Católica de Chile), Jaime Arancibia (Academic Vice Rector, Universidad de los Andes), and Mauricio Escudey (Vice Rector of Research and Development, Universidad de Santiago de Chile).
Shirley M. Tilghman, President of Princeton University, speaks at a Science Education Lecture titled "Inverting the Pyramid" this Tuesday (11/13) at the Science Center.
Three of the panelists at the Sex Week Event "Faith, Sex, & Love: Bring It On!" in the Phillips Brooks House Parlor (10/24). A diverse mixture of Harvard chaplains and students met to discuss love and sex, and learn about other points of view. After the brief panel, students divided into small groups to discuss questions regarding ethics, faith, common sense, upbringing, and other related topics.