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Zhang and Boucher
Undergraduate Council

Zhang and Boucher

Newly-elected Undergraduate Council leaders Catherine L. Zhang ’19 and Nicholas D. Boucher ’19 say they will start work “right away.”

Harvard Film Archive
Visual Arts

Harvard Film Archive

The Harvard Film Archive recently released its schedule for the upcoming winter season.

Smith Center Construction
Smith Campus Center

Smith Center Construction

Construction on the Smith Center is expected to last through 2018.

Mindfulness Monday
On Campus

Mindfulness Monday

A man practices Tai Chi outside of the Harvard Museum of Natural History.

Oh Whale
Animals on Campus

Oh Whale

Whale bones hang from the ceiling of the Harvard Museum of Natural History.

Doggo or Teddy Bear
Animals on Campus

Doggo or Teddy Bear

Otto obediently sits for the photo.

Sweater Weather
Animals on Campus

Sweater Weather

Katie, the dog, sits outside of Mike’s Pastry waiting for her owner.

Zhang and Boucher
Photos of the Day

Photos of the Day 11-20-17

Daniel Gilbert
College

Daniel Gilbert

Professor of Psychology Daniel Gilbert gives a lecture during his introductory psychology class Science of Living Systems 20: "Psychological Science" Wednesday afternoon.

Midterm Season Never Ends
College

Midterm Season Never Ends

Psychology professor Daniel T. Gilbert is giving SLS20 students a midterm following Thanksgiving Break.

Dean Khurana
Rakesh Khurana

Dean Khurana

Rakesh Khurana is the Dean of Harvard College.

Writers in the Parlor: Fact and Fiction
Arts

Writers in the Parlor: Fact and Fiction

Jill E. Abramson ’76, Lorraine Adams, and Claire Messud, all writers, discuss writing fiction and literature.

Penny S. Pritzker
Photos of the Day

Photos of the Day (10/26/2016)

Grays Construction
On Campus

Grays Construction

The Office of BGLTQ Student Life and the Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion will share the new handicap-accessible basement beneath Grays Hall.

Drugs
Libraries

Drugs

“Altered States: Sex, Drugs, and Transcendence,” an exhibition currently featured in Houghton Library, is a collector’s mission to document the history of the human search for something beyond the limits of ordinary experience.