Students activists from different schools gather near the John Harvard statue during an open forum. The event took place Wednesday afternoon as part of Divest Harvard's "Harvard Heat Week."
Students said they believed that the pilot program which kept the Dunster and Currier dining halls open during spring break should be continued, though they complained of overcrowding.
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After other dining halls close following dinner service on Friday, Currier and Dunster will remain open through spring break for lunch and dinner, but not breakfast.
HUDS initiated the program with Food For Free, an organization started in 1981 dedicated to collecting food that would otherwise be left to waste and distributing it to shelters and pantries.
President Drew G. Faust looks on as Pusey Minister in Memorial Church Jonathan L. Walton speaks. On Friday morning, Faust gave a speech during the morning prayers service reflecting on the time when she skipped her midterms as a college freshman to attend the voting rights march at Selma.
Students face long lines to enjoy food items like macaroni and cheese and hot dogs in the Science Center during #HarvardOasis. The event, held on Sunday afternoon, including a screening of Finding Nemo, a performance from a student band, and ping pong tables.
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Aaron I. Henricks ’16 speaks in front of a packed audience of parents and students in Fong Auditorium. The Immediate Gratification Players, a Harvard improvisational troupe, held a show during Junior Parents Weekend on Friday night.