Curious students of various religious backgrounds gathered to learn and ask questions about Mormonism in the annual “Meet the Mormons” event in Harvard Hall on Tuesday.
Members of the Black Men’s Forum honored actress Jada Pinkett Smith as well as their Harvard peers at the group’s 18th annual Celebration of Black Women on Saturday.
Despite protests calling for the administration to cancel the One-State conference at the Harvard Kennedy School this weekend, panelists at the sold-out conference advocated for alternative solutions to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
A conference considering a one-state solution to the Israeli and Palestinian conflict at the Harvard Kennedy School next week has provoked strong reactions from supporters and detractors alike.
Although it fell on the first day of fall reading period, the Office of Career Services’ annual Summer Opportunities Fair this Monday drew hoards of students who shifted their focus away from papers and study guides to summer internship options.
The Office of Career Services hosted a panel Friday exploring military careers, where current graduate students with military experience advised students considering entering the service.
The Office of Career Services on Friday held its Advertising, Marketing, and Public Relations Expo, where attendees said they appreciated ...
Undaunted by the rain and the pressure of upcoming midterms, throngs of students attended the Office of Career Services Job ...
Since winter break, Ben Yu has traveled solo to eastern Africa, Egypt, and California, and is currently in China.
Guests mingled over wine and cheese while bidding for the items up for auction at a Phillips Brooks House Association fundraiser held in the Cambridge Queen’s Head Pub last night.
Sustainable agriculture advocate Fred Kirschenmann said that society needs to rethink agriculture in a talk in Sever Hall yesterday, arguing ...
Senator Charles “Chuck” E. Schumer ’71 said the Democratic Party must help restore the public’s faith in the “American Dream”
Professors and scholars from various fields convened yesterday in the crowded Tsai Auditorium to discuss the economic and social recovery prospects for Japan.
University Council candidates focused on campus social space and personal security during a debate in Lowell Junior Common Room last night.
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