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Michael J. Aziz
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Michael J. Aziz

SEAS professor Michael J. Aziz received an Eni Award for his research with chemistry professor Roy G. Gordon on organic batteries.

Michael J. Aziz
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Michael J. Aziz

SEAS professor Michael J. Aziz received an Eni Award for his research with chemistry professor Roy G. Gordon on organic batteries.

Queen Latifah
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Queen Latifah

Dana Elaine Owens, better known by her stage name Queen Latifah, was awarded the W.E.B. Du Bois Medal Tuesday. The award recognizes individuals for their contributions to African and African American culture.

Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
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Henry Louis Gates, Jr.

University professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr., who also directs the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research, spoke at the W.E.B. Du Bois Award Ceremony Tuesday.

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HOCR Men's Championship Eight

HOCR Boats
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HOCR Boats

Head of The Charles Saturday
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Head of The Charles Saturday

Gardner Museum Courtyard
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With ‘Sonic Blossom,’ Lee Mingwei Brings the Gift of Song to the Gardner Museum

Although normal hours had long since passed, the evening of Oct. 17 saw the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum busy and alive with song.

Head of the Charles Crowd
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Head of the Charles Crowd

Radcliffe Yard in Spring
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At the Radcliffe Institute, Harvard Professors Discuss ‘Writing Black Lives’

On Oct. 11, three Harvard professors came together to discuss the importance of and their experience with writing about black lives.

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Rock Photographers Henry Diltz and Mick Rock Share Stories of Hippies and Rock Debauchery

“I just tried to take interesting photos to entertain my stoned hippie friends,” photographer Henry Diltz said of his career during his Oct. 7 talk with photographer Mick Rock.

ICA Meeting Room
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At the ICA, Artists and Public Health Officials Discuss the Relationship Between Racism and Health

The discussion began with a talk on public art that has been used to highlight historical injustices, which set the tone for a panel about both racism and its prevention.

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‘Multitude Live’ Draws Podcast Fans to WBUR Cityspace

On Oct. 10 at the new WBUR Cityspace, the independent podcast collective Multitude put on a live show featuring segments from the production company’s original podcasts.

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Taking it ‘From the Top’ in Boston: A Classical Concert for Radio

Families, students, and aspiring musicians gathered for a behind-the-scenes look into the recording of the 376th episode of NPR’s weekly podcast series “From the Top.”

Industrial Revolution Lecture
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Industrial Revolution Lecture

Professor Joel Mokyr from Northwestern University visited Harvard to speak about the Industrial Revolution and its economic and societal impact on the world today.

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