A chain-link fence surrounds a sign for the Harvard Innovation Lab. The University is currently constructing the Harvard Life Lab, slated to open in September 2016, a modular biotech addition to the existing i-lab dedicated to supporting student research and enterprise in biotechnology.
The benches at One Western Avenue sits quiet at night. The project, occupying a prominent site at the southeast corner of the Harvard Business School campus, represented Harvard's first step as it expanded its campus in Allston.
Tata Hall, a facility completed in December 2013, stands under the stars of the Allston night. The seven-story Harvard Business School building includes residential space, classrooms, and common areas for Executive Education participants.
Third-year Harvard Law School student Bill Barlow talks to The Crimson about what he perceives as censorship by the Reclaim HLS movement. In protest, Barlow put up controversial posters voicing his concerns, which were subsequently taken down by Reclaim protesters.
From left to right, Ivy orators Aaron I. Hendricks ‘16 and Christina M. Teodorescu ‘16 and Harvard orators Mariam H. Jalloul ‘16 and Min-Woo S. Park ‘16 pose for a photo before the steps of Tercentary Theater. The four were chosen to speak on this year’s Class Day, the Senior Class Committee announced on Monday.
Amidst ongoing dialogue on campus about social exclusivity, the Phillips Brooks House Association, the College’s student-run umbrella public service organization, hosted an “(in)Formal” party at the Student Organization Center at Hilles on Friday evening in an effort to provide an inclusive social space for students.
As the country tuned in to the men’s basketball national championship game on Monday night, another tournament—the oldest intercollegiate academic competition in the United States—was wrapping up at same time.