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Arts and Humanities Inclusion
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Arts and Humanities Inclusion

Dean of Arts and Humanities Robin E. Kelsey and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Dean for Academic Programs and Diversity Sheila Thomas discuss inclusion and belonging at a town hall Tuesday.

Mortara APALSA
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Mortara APALSA

Last Friday, Harvard Law School’s Asian Pacific American Law Student Association released an internal statement reacting to an exchange that occurred at an event discussing the Harvard admissions lawsuit.

Strike Authorization Vote
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Strike Authorization Vote

On Tuesday, the Harvard Graduate Student Union began a strike authorization vote. Voting will be open until Friday afternoon.

Giraffe Dances at Ballroom Competition
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Giraffe Dances at Ballroom Competition

Several dancers at the Harvard Beginners ballroom competition dressed in zany costumes, including inflatable dinosaur and giraffe costumes.

Dancers at Harvard Ballroom Competition
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Dancers at Harvard Ballroom Competition

At the Harvard Beginners ballroom competition, dancers could compete in four categories: Rhythm, Latin, Smooth, and Standard.

Swing Finals at Ballroom Competition
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Swing Finals at Ballroom Competition

Harvard Beginners is one of two major annual competitions hosted by the Harvard Ballroom Dance Team. This compedition is geared primarily toward including beginner dancers.

The "Mother Earth" Bell
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The "Mother Earth" Bell

Detail of the bell "Mother Earth" in the Lowell House bell tower.

The Lowell Bells
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The Lowell Bells

Bells in the Lowell house bell tower.

Ringing the Lowell Bells
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Ringing the Lowell Bells

Alejandro Lampell '20 rings the bell "Mother Earth" in Lowell House Sunday at 1 p.m.

Leslie Jamison
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Leslie Jamison

Leslie Jamison is a novelist and essay writer who directs the non-fiction concentration in writing at Columbia University’s School of the Arts.

Bargainfest
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As Grad Union Vows to Authorize Strike, Organizers Rally for Support

The vote — which is expected to begin Oct. 15 on Harvard Graduate Students Union-United Automobile Workers’ one year anniversary of bargaining with the University — will require two thirds of voting members’ support in order to allow the negotiating committee to call for a strike if it deems necessary.

Adam K. Mortara
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Adam K. Mortara

Adam K. Mortara — the head lawyer for Students for Fair Admissions — answers questions from Harvard Law School students after speaking at an event hosted by the Harvard Federalist Society Tuesday afternoon.

HBS Climate Panel
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HBS Climate Panel

John E. Fernandez, director of the MIT Environmental Solutions Initiative, speaks about water resources during a panel titled Future of Cities: Water at the Graduate School of Education Tuesday afternoon.

Bureau of Study Counsel
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Bureau of Study Counsel

The Bureau of Study Counsel was founded in 1947, after an influx of World War II veterans, to support their academic and personal adjustments to college.

Kuumba Rehearsal 1
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Kuumba Rehearsal 1

The Kuumba Singers of Harvard College clap and sing during a weekly rehearsal. Founded in 1970, Kuumba, the oldest existing Black organization at Harvard College, will celebrate its 50th anniversary this year.

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