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Health

Black Health Matters Conference Draws Students and Researchers

The first Black Health Matters conference kicked off in Cambridge this weekend with panels and workshops focused on health disparities in the black community.

Sex Toys at Sex Week
Student Life

Sex Week Prepares to Stimulate Campus Dialogue

This week from Monday to Sunday, as part of the seventh annual Sex Week, students will attend discussions and panels about condoms, consent, and healthy romantic relationships.

Daenerys Targaryen at Harvard
On Campus

With Free Food and Costumes, Students Celebrate Halloween

Like any other weekday afternoon, students flooded the Center for Government and International Studies building and walked past freshman dorms in the yard, but on Tuesday these students included a voodoo doll, several clowns, and a human-sized banana.

Grad School of Education

At Ed School, Researcher Talks New York City School Choice

Dozens of educators, researchers, and students gathered at the Graduate School of Education to discuss research on school choice in New York City public schools.

Film

Documentary on Harvard-Cuba Teacher Exchange Premieres

A documentary detailing Harvard's role in unprecedented cultural exchange between Cuba and the United States made its premiere at the Tsai Auditorium Monday evening.

The Women's Center
College

RAD's Fresh Take on Campus Justice

RAD’s focus this year lies with direct action, beginning with events like a recent phone bank to call Senators and protest the Graham-Cassidy health care bill, which would have pulled funding from Planned Parenthood.