Congressman-Elect, Mark Takano, answers questions during his discussion of his experience in politics and the way that his race and sexuality have impacted his career.
Harvard Book Store patrons share stories about their experiences with the longterm Harvard Square fixture on Thursday evening at the store’s 80th Birthday Party. Visitors browsed the collections and sipped apple cider.
Spoken word artist Bryonn Bain performs at the SOCH on Thursday. This year, Bain is teaching a “Hip Hop and Spoken Word” course at the College.
Head water polo coach, Ted Minnis, has led the team in achieving great success since joining the program in July 2010.
Head water polo coach, Ted Minnis, has led the men's and women's teams in achieving great success since joining the program in July 2010.
Professor Michael Sandel of the Government Department signs copies of his new book, "What Money Can't Buy- The Moral Limits of Markets," after a discussion of its content on Monday evening in Harvard Square.
Students, led by Lisa Matthews from the Center for the Environment, do yoga in the Junior Common Room at Winthrop House on Monday evening. Free and welcome to all skill levels, students meet every Monday from 7-8:30 to de-stress and relax.
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