Anti-racism activist Tim Wise discussed the significance of Barack Obama’s election in terms of racism and white privilege in the United States and what steps still need to be taken in order to turn individual accomplishment into systemic transformation a
Neil K. Chatani, speaking, and other Law School students share what they wish they had known about applying to law school in the Lowell JCR last night.
Students paint three large canvases in front of the Science Center yesterday afternoon, which will be used to decorate a children’s hospital in Rwanda. The event is sponsored by the Undergraduate Global Health Forum.
Forget the liberal arts! Bill B. Kaplan schools students in the far more practical art of card counting.
David Irvine, co-founder of the Blackjack Institute, conducts a blackjack tutorial in Quincy dining hall last night entitled “Risky Business.” Irvine and his fellow MIT classmates’ success against casinos was featured in the Hollywood movie “21” and the N
Montek Singh Ahluwalia, the deputy chairman of the Planning Commission for the Indian government, discussed the current limitations and goals for economic development in India at the Institute of Politcs last night.
Alisha Mashruwala ‘11, a member of the Harvard Hindu Association called Harvard Dharma, paints henna on Malorie N. Snider ’09 at a study break in Ticknor Lounge last night.
Abraham Awolich, Sudanese refugee and co-director of the New Sudan Education Initiative, shares his personal experiences and plans to develop a practical education system in Sudan yesterday evening in the Kirkland JCR.
Mike J. Wang ‘11 sang and played his guitar during Veritas Records Night last night at Club Passim in Harvard Square. Although he professed that he is not a fan of Britney Spears, he entertained the audience with Spears’ song “Lucky.”Mike J. Wang ‘11 sang
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