Students attend Electrify: Speed Dating for Ideas to try and find peers that are interested in similar ideas and projects. This event on Saturday was sponsored by the Social Innovation Collaborative.
The screening of “Arna’s Children” was preceded by a musical performance and recollections of Mer-Khamis by friends.
Dr. Ibrahim Najjar, the former Justice Minister of Lebanon and Professor of Law at St. Joseph University in Beirut, speaks about Shariah and civil law in Lebanon to students at Harvard Law School yesterday.
Nitin Sawhney speaks at the Memorial to Celebrate and Remember the Life of Juliano Mer-Khamis. The Center for Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard University and the Boston Palestine Film Festival honored Mer-Khamis's passing with a screening of his documentary "Arna's Children."
The Maharaja replaces the Bombay Club in Harvard Square. This new Indian restaurant is located on top of Staples at 57 JFK Street and is one of the new restaurants that have opened in the Square this spring.
The authors of Our Bodies Ourselves--Joan Ditzion, Judy Norsigian, Miriam Hawley, Wendy Sanford and Paula Doress-Worters--speak at the Harvard Law School to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of their feminist health text.
Robert A. McDonald, CEO of Proctor and Gamble speaks at a lecture hosted by The Leadership Institute at Harvard College yesterday. Students filled the lecture hall for a discussion on value-based leadership.
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