In 2006, members of the Radcliffe Union of Students joined local pro-choice activists in a walk to the Massachusetts State House to rally against Congress' slash of funding for women's health initiatives.
Ginny C. Fahs ‘14 and Mark R. Jahnke ‘13 embrace at a reception held for the Harvard College Marathon Challenge participants in Quincy Junior Common Room on Monday evening. Both runners, who walked back to Harvard’s campus, had made it past the 26-mile mark when authorities closed the route due to detonation of two bombs at the finish line.
The upscale bar and restaurant Upstairs on the Square in Winthrop Square, which occupied its current location since 2002, recently closed.
Dean of Undergraduate Education Jay M. Harris addresses evacuated students in Annenberg Hall Monday morning after unconfirmed reports of explosives in four campus buildings.
John A. Heilemann, New York Magazine journalist and author of Game Change and Double Down, speaks about covering the 2012 presidential campaign at the JFK Jr. Forum on Monday. Along with along with co-writer Mark Halperin, Heilemann answered questions from moderator Joe Klein and audience members about life on the trail and offered predictions for the 2016 elections.
A street performer stands in front of the vacant Brattle St. building that will hold the relocated Felipe's Taqueria, set to open in February 2014. Felipe's will move from its long-time location in the Garage to the space formerly occupied by Bertucci's, the Harvard Square Italian eatery that closed in August.
The Semitic Museum on Divinity Ave., home to the Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations department and the Ashkelon excavation along with its museum galleries, remains open as an elevator is added to the building this year.
A woman scans the menu at Upstairs on the Square on Winthrop St. The upscale bar and restaurant, which has occupied its current location since 2002, will close its doors at the end of the year.
When I first boarded the plane to Boston, I knew that I had left the Taylor Swift Girls behind in Covington forever. But in the three years since I defected from the suburbs, a dark reality has begun to creep its way out of the depths of my soul and make itself known.
Bill Gates jokes about his reputation for not attending classes in his Harvard years with financier David M. Rubenstein during the public launch of The Harvard Campaign on Saturday. The two met for a discussion about philanthropy in Sanders Theatre as part of the weekend's launch events.