Faculty members wait to be admitted to the Faculty meeting to discuss a motion concerning the sanctions on single-gender organizations, held in Science Center B. The meeting was adjourned without a vote.
Lizzy’s Ice Cream has temporarily been replaced with a pop-up chocolate shop that will occupy the space through February.
Ukrainian History professor Serhii Plokhy speaks about his new book, The Man With the Poison Gun, on Bohdan Stashynsky, who was coerced into becoming a KGB assassin and ultimately defected to West Germany.
Ieva Jusionyte, an associate professor of anthropology, talks about the politics of security on the U.S./ Mexican border, and how border security and first responders deal with threats and hazards that cross borders.
A representative from the Office of Undergraduate Research and Fellowships speaks to a crowd of primarily freshmen about how to get started doing research in college and what the benefits are.
Photographer and videographer LaToya Ruby Frazier talks about her work documenting her own family as well as people in Flint, Michigan and how art can be used to enact social change.
Professor Jill E. Abramson '76 teaches a course entitled “Politics and Journalism.”
David J. Barron, currently a circuit judge for the First Circuit Court of Appeals and former Harvard Law School professor, discusses his book Waging War:The Clash Between Presidents and Congress, 1776 to ISIS.
HUDS employees and union members celebrate at the contract announcement rally on the steps of First Parish Church Wednesday afternoon.
Patrik Schumacher, now the leader of Zaha Hadid Architects after Hadid’s unexpected death, talks about their collaborations and her unique perspective on architecture. Elia Zenghelis and Xin Zhang later joined him for a discussion.