Y. Kit Wu
Venture capitalist Peter A. Thiel speaks with Business School professor William A. Sahlman about venture capital, technology, and Thiel's new book, "Zero to One," on Thursday afternoon in Burden Hall.
Nadya Tolokonnikova of the Pussy Riot speaks at the Institute of Politics on Monday evening. The discussion, moderated by Jill Dougherty, revolved around the implications of art and expression in Russian politics.
From the left, Jill Dougherty, Masha Alekhina, Nadya Tolokonnikova, and Pyotr Verzilov discuss the implications of Pussy Riot in Russian politics at the IOP.
A protester stands outside of the IOP during the panel discussion on Tuesday evening.
The Harvard men's soccer team lost its third straight game to open its 2014 campaign, falling to St. John's, 2-1.
Fumihiko Maki, designer of the MIT Multimedia Lab, speaks about his experience designing buildings around the world on Saturday evening, during the launch of the Graduate School of Design's capital campaign.
Phil Harrison, president and CEO of global design firm Perkins+Will, speaks in Sanders Theatre alongside other affiliates of the Graduate School of Design. The speech kicked off the weekend "Grounded Visionaries" event, as well as the campaign for the GSD.
Harvard President Drew Faust speaks in Sanders Theater on Friday evening alongside leading figures from the Graduate School of Design.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia, appearing on screen above Kennedy School lecturer Sheila Burke and public health professors Michael VanRooyen and Dyann Wirth, speaks at the Institute of Politics via Skype. The four congregated for a panel discussion on the international response to Ebola.
Dyann Wirth, Co-chair of the Infectious Diseases Initiative at the Broad Institute, speaks to the audience alongside Michael VanRooyen, the director of the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, and Sheila Burke, a faculty research fellow at the Kennedy School.
Moderator Archon Fung and internet expert Susan P. Crawford speak at the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum at the Institute of Politics on Thursday.
Internet expert Susan P. Crawford spoke at the IOP on Thursday.
TripAdvisor co-founder and CEO Stephen Kaufer '84 discussed internet policy at the IOP on Thursday.