Houghton Library is featuring an exhibition titled Altered States: Sex, Drugs, and Transcendence from Sept. 5 to Dec. 17.
The Cambridge Forum hosted Danielle Allen, Harvard University Professor and author of “Cuz”, a memoir that looks at the “deadly double helix” of narcotics and street gangs.
Science Center Hall B fills up for Chemistry 17, Organic Chemistry, which is taught by Eric Jacobsen.
Throughout the night, caterers constantly concocted fancy drinks for students to enjoy.
The Calderwood Courtyard served as the social hub where students could mingle and enjoy food & drink.
Students were free to roam the galleries and see what the Harvard Art Museums had to offer.
William B. King ’54, the longtime chair of the
Cambridge Historical Commission and a 1959 graduate of the Law School.
Charles Sullivan, has been the Cambridge Historical Commission’s executive director since 1986.
The Islamic Society of Boston is located on Prospect Street in Cambridge, near Harvard's campus.
Some attribute the infamous closure of the Adams pool, now a theater, to a party Lauderdale hosted.
The headquarters of the Islamic Society of Boston is located on Prospect St. in Cambridge, near Harvard's campus.
Students enjoy free massages in the Straus Common Room as a part of the Undergraduate Council ‘We Care Week.’