Sebastian Gehrmann answers a question from a student after the Computer Science 182: “Artificial Intelligence” lecture Tuesday afternoon.
Cambridge residents visited various polling stations on Tuesday to vote for the city council.
Oona takes a stroll with her owner's friend, Bekka Wright, a Cambridge resident, near Annenberg on Tuesday afternoon.
Laura L. A. Ungar ‘18-19 poses in the Science Center Café dressed as Daenerys Targaryen from the television series Game of Thrones.
Nathaniel A. Raymond speaks about humanitarian disasters in the networked age at the Law School on Tuesday.
Ieva Jusionyte, assistant professor of Anthropology and Social Studies, discusses the complications of building a wall on the border of the United States and Mexico in the Museum of Natural History on Tuesday Night.
1324 Massachusetts Ave. will be the new location of &pizza, a chain pizza restaurant.
Faculty members discussed the sanctions on single gender organizations and the case of Michelle Jones in a meeting in the Science Center on Tuesday.
Professor Ezra F. Vogel discusses relations between the United States and Japan in the Bowie-Vernon room of the CGIS Knafel building on Tuesday afternoon.
Mark Foster of alternative rock band Foster the People rocks out center stage at the House of Blues on Wednesday night.
Harvard Women in Computer Science hosted a problem set partner night to help student taking computer science classes find partners for their assignments.
Farkas Hall is home to Hasty Pudding Theatricals productions.
The Harvard Democrats hosted the candidates running for the Cambridge City Council at Emerson Hall Tuesday evening.