Harvard Today: November 16, 2015

By Annie E. Schugart

Hi Harvard, welcome to the week before HY 2015. Finish up your papers, take your last midterms, and get excited for the weekend. In case you weren’t aware, Harvard Football’s 22 game winning streak ended this week with a tough loss to Penn Football. Cross your fingers all week, we need some luck for the weekend.

Put away those umbrellas. It’s going to be sunny with very little chance of rain tomorrow. It’ll be 55o AKA perfect sweatshirt weather.



Coconut Curry Chicken

Tandoori Pizza

Basmati Rice



Sao Paulo Style Shrimp

Creamy Chilaquile Casserole


ICYMI: Push-Ups and Water Pong Liven UC Debate

UC candidates Nick E. Gajdzik ’17 and Jeffrey M. Ott ’17 were ready to fight, challenging their competitors to push-ups and water pong.


Penn Stuns Football, Snaps Harvard's 22-Game Win Streak

Harvard Football lost to Penn 35-25 on Saturday. This was the first loss for the Crimson team since October 26, 2013. The Ivy League now has a three-way tie for the top: Harvard, Dartmouth, and Penn.

Law School Professors Challenge Critical Documentary

A Documentary called The Hunting Ground which portrays the Law School in a critical light is being challenged by professors at the Law School.


To celebrate the one-year anniversary of their new renovated facility, the Harvard Art Museums are offering free admission to the public all day. The museum will be free from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Lauren Ornelas will discuss her organization, Food Empowerment Project, which aims to have healthy food choices which support workers and protect animals. The event will be held at the Harvard Law School’s Wasserstein Hall from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.

The John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum will host a conference discussing the Paris 2015 UN Climate Change Conference. The forum is open to everyone and the event starts at 6:00 p.m.

There will be a community vigil held to honor the victims of the tragic events that have taken place over the past few days in Paris, Beirut, Baghdad, Bosso, and many other places in the world. This will be held in the Tercentenary Theater at 7 p.m.

The Harvard Political Union is presenting the Abortion and Planned Parenthood Debate, with speakers discussing the federal funding of Planned Parenthood. This will be held in Sever 113 at 8 p.m.

The Harvard Foundation is holding a Discussion on Affirmative Action, co-hosted with AAWA and HAPA, at a location TBD from 8-9:30 p.m.

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