John S. Martin, Massachusetts native, has worked as an ID checker in Annenberg for the past six years.
Adi Snir, a second-year graduate student in the Department of Music, cranks a lever that helps run his sculpture that is unofficially entitled “Concerto” on Tuesday night in the Carpenter Center. Snir presented his sculpture as part of the Fall Open Studios that were held by the Department of Visual and Environmental Studies.
John S. Martin, an ID checker in Annenberg, swipes a student’s ID card during dinner on Tuesday night. Martin first worked at Leverett House and has worked at Annenberg for the past six years.
Rohan Mazumdar, treasurer of the Graduate Student Council, announces funding for graduate student clubs on Wednesday evening at the Graduate Student Council meeting in Dudley House.
Law School students and other supporters post sticky notes on the portraits that were vandalized on Thursday morning on the first floor of Wasserstein Hall.
Cassie C. Wang ’17, a member of the Harvard Crimson Dance Team, prepares to sell Harvard-Yale t-shirts on Thursday morning in front of the Science Center. The t-shirts are sold before the Harvard-Yale game every year by members of the Crimson Dance Team, a competitive dance group on campus.
A group of Law School students discusses the vandalism on the portraits of black Law School professors in front of the portraits on the first floor of Wasserstein Hall in the afternoon.
Tori Anderson, a third-year Law School student, shows her support by adding a sticky note to the portrait of a black Law School professor after black tape was found covering the photos. Anderson said, "This [the post-its] shows the outpouring of support for the faculty. I wish we had a greater and more robust response from the administration and a greater focus on creating, not only community inclusion, but institutional inclusion."
Suzy M. Hall, a student at the School of Education, reads supportive sticky note messages surrounding the pictures of black Law School professors on Thursday afternoon after black tape was found covering the photos in the morning. Hall said, “I'm just really proud to see my fellow students offer a counter exhibit to an unfortunate event that occurred before this."
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