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Molly C. McCafferty

Staff writer Molly C. McCafferty can be reached at molly.mccafferty@thecrimson.com. Follow her on Twitter @mollmccaff.

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Samantha Powers and Greg Barker
Politics

Samantha Power Speaks at Advance Screening of Obama Documentary

Standing in front of a packed room, documentary filmmaker Greg Barker told the crowd that, for the next 90 minutes, Donald Trump would not be president.

Pforzheimer House
College

Pfoho Students Collect Funds, Supplies for Hurricane Relief

“I think that it is never too hard to give back a little because a little given downwards will go a long way for people who really need it,” Siegelaub said.

Table Talk
College

Table Talk Breaks ‘Icy’ Barrier Between Students

“When you're rushing from one place to the next, you can't get a real conversation in,” said Amitai B. Abouzaglo ’20, one of the founders of Table Talk.

ROTC

Students, Veterans, and Administrators Celebrate Veterans Day

Harvard commemorated its military service members, both living and deceased, with a Veterans Day Ceremony held in Memorial Church on Saturday morning.

Agbafe & Bervell

Victor C. Agbafe ’19 and Michael K. Bervell ’19

If elected, Agbafe and Bervell say they plan to develop a platform for “shaping” Harvard based on student opinion, “filling” out Harvard’s existing programs, and “baking,” or enacting policies they see as vital to improving students’ quality of life.

Dia de los Muertos
Student Groups

Student Groups, Peabody Museum Celebrate Día de los Muertos

​Amid the frightening festivities of Halloweekend, one student organization and a Harvard museum commemorated a different holiday—Día de los Muertos—in vibrant style.

IOP

Seniors Attend Public Service Recruitment Day

College seniors interested in pursuing public sector careers had their chance to network with potential employers last week.

Cabot Cafe
College

Cabot Café Begins Morning Service

Cabot Café staff say they decided to extend their hours after considering students’ interest in the earlier hours, and the café’s recent financial success.

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