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Helen Y. Wu

Helen Y. Wu '19 is Multimedia Chair for the 144th guard. She is a Computer Science concentrator living in Kirkland House.

Photographer Helen Y. Wu can be reached at helen.wu@thecrimson.com. Follow her on Twitter @helenyrwu.

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We Are Here, We Are Loved
College

We Are Here, We Are Loved

Hasani A. Hayden '19 holds up a banner during a rally at the Science Center in November. Students rallied and marched to Porter Square in support of black student activists at peer schools such as Yale and the University of Missouri.

UC-Crimson Debate Rather and Banks
Undergraduate Council

UC-Crimson Debate Rather and Banks

Shaiba Rather ’17 of Cabot House and Daniel V. Banks ’17 of Dunster Houses speak at the UC-Crimson Crossfire Debate on Saturday evening.

UC-Crimson Debate Gajdzik and Ott
Undergraduate Council

UC-Crimson Debate Gajdzik and Ott

Nick E. Gajdzik ’17 of Kirkland House and Jeffrey M. Ott ’17 of Kirkland House speak at the UC-Crimson Crossfire Debate on Saturday evening.

Harvard Hackathon
Undergraduate Council

Photos of the Weekend (11/15/15)

Gajdzik and Ott
On Campus

Gajdzik and Ott

Greenlaw and Morris
On Campus

Greenlaw and Morris

Rather and Banks
On Campus

Rather and Banks

UC Crossfire Pushups
On Campus

UC Crossfire Pushups

Undergraduate Council hopefuls William A. Greenlaw '17 and Jeffrey M. Ott ’16-’17 face off in an impromptu push-up contest at Saturday’s Crimson-hosted debate. Ott won, 80-49.

Crimson-UC Crossfire Debate
College

Crimson-UC Crossfire Debate

Undergraduate Council hopefuls answer questions during The Crimson-UC Crossfire Debate on Saturday evening. The candidates discussed topics including social inclusivity, sexual assault policy, and undergraduate mental health.

UC-Crimson Debate Greenlaw and Morris
Undergraduate Council

UC-Crimson Debate Greenlaw and Morris

William A. Greenlaw ’17 of Pforzheimer House and William F. Morris IV ’17 of Pforzheimer House speak at the UC-Crimson Crossfire Debate on Saturday evening.

Being Chinese in American Media
Media

Being Chinese in American Media

Mable Chan, Jo Ling Kent, and Richard Lui respond to questions about their experiences working as Chinese-American journalists on Friday afternoon.

Bernie Sanders in Boston
Student Groups

Photos of the Weekend (10/05/15)

Dunster Common Rooms
Crime

Dunster Common Rooms

Parijat Lal ’17 does his work in a Dunster House common room on Wednesday afternoon. Many undergraduates are critical of the hallway common rooms featured in recent house renovations.

Construction Blocks Off Street
Today in Photos

Photos of the Day (09/30/15)