Students square off in the second-annual dodgeball tournament. Dunster House emerged victorious for the second year in a row.
Undergraduate Council presidential candidate Magnus Grimeland ’07 fits in some last-minute campaigning outside the Science Center yesterday. Polls close in the race today at noon, and the winners are expected to be announced tonight.
Margen Cuko ’06, president of the newly-founded Harvard Albanian Club, addresses students and members of the local Albanian community in celebration of Albanian Independence Day on Friday night in Adams House.
Sportswriter and ESPN baseball commentator Peter Gammons speaks on the role of baseball at Langdell Hall at Harvard Law School (HLS) yesterday. The speech was sponsored by the HLS Committee on Sports and Entertainment Law.
At the Kennedy School of Government yesterday evening, author Brandt Goldstein discusses his new book “Storming the Court,” about a group of Yale Law School students’ 1992 legal effort to free Haitian refugees detained by the United States government at G
Lawyers Bradford Berenson, Deborah Pearlstein, and Professor Philip B. Heyman debate in a forum on the role of executive power in the "War on Terror" at the Law School yesterday.
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