Maria L. Burzillo ‘20 writes letters to potential donors as a part of Harvard First-Year Outdoor Program's annual FUNdraising Day.
Leszek R. Krol ‘18 grills patties for a volunteer appreciation event hosted by Phillips Brooks House Association.
A rose ice sculpture sits on the table at Adams House's Beauty and the Beast Formal Sunday night.
Sharren Haskel, a member of Israel’s Knesset, came to talk to students about a host of topics ranging from her experiences in Israel’s government, to feminism and her own life journey.
Winnie C. Wang ‘20 pets Jack while walking through the Old Yard. Warmer weather brought students and pet owners alike outdoors.
A DocYard screening of the film Behemoth was presented at the Brattle Theatre as a part of Harvard’s Climate Week.
The Undergraduate Council has announced a planned a system of integration between Charlie Cards and HUIDs for incoming freshmen.
Brynn A. Elliott ’18 performs onstage with Grammy-winning artist and Yardfest headliner Tiësto Friday in Tercentenary Theatre.
William T. Gildea ‘19, vice president of the Harvard Dems, speaks to potential voters at a phonebank for Jon Ossoff, a Democratic congressional candidate for Georgia's sixth district.
Untitled, 2003 by Joel Shapiro sits in the Harvard Business School lawn. This sculpture is a part of the HBS Art and Artifacts Collection.
Matthew Q. Parsons ‘20 studies outside while enjoying the weather Monday morning.