The first floor work area of Lamont library was quiet on Wednesday evening as people studied. The weeks leading up to Spring Break can be especially busy for some students as midterm season reaches its peak.
At the Undergraduate Council’s weekly meeting on Sunday, inactive news editor and UC Gender and LGBTQ Inclusivity Liaison Michelle S. Lee ’16 expresses satisfaction with the Council’s gender equity campaign, Side by Side, which is scheduled to launch on Monday.
A naval history class at MIT nears an end close to 8:30 a.m. on a Friday morning in February before many Harvard students wake up.
Cadets plank during Army ROTC physical training at Gordon Indoor Track in February.
Zander E. Farrow ’16 is one of two Air Force ROTC cadets at Harvard.
Following the reinstatement of ROTC in 2011, Harvard granted the program office spaces at the SOCH. The study space represents only the first in a series of expansions and changes that some ROTC participants would like to see.
Charley M. Falletta ’16 listens during Army ROTC’s weekly leadership lab on Wednesday, Feb. 18.
Charley M. Falletta ’16 plans to continue efforts to expand Harvard ROTC.
The MIT ROTC building is located on Vassar Street in Cambridge.
Lt. Nathan Stempel works as a professor and adviser at the NROTC program at MIT.
ROTC midshipmen and Marine options give presentations during a naval history class at MIT. Students in Naval ROTC usually take a course on military science each semester.