Do Harvard students know the capital of our friendly neighbor to the north?
Fitz and the Tantrums play at the House of Blues in Boston on October 28 while on their Bright Futures Tour. Capital Cities opened the show.
Noelle Scaggs sings with Fitz and the Tantrums at the House of Blues in Boston on October 28 while on their Bright Futures Tour. Capital Cities opened the show.
Emma Kantor ‘17 sports a navy blue vest while walking through the Harvard Yard.
Emily Wang ‘17 wearing her vest with pride.
Protesters gather outside President Faust's office on Friday afternoon demanding justice at Harvard's timber plantations in Argentina. The Responsible Investment at Harvard Coalition reports that Harvard's two timber plantations in Argentina are endangering the Ibera wetlands and thousands of farmers.
Stephen Leroy, Harvard researcher, enjoys playing the piano in front of Au Bon Pain last Friday afternoon. Leroy is one of the many who have shared their music abilities on the pianos throughout Cambridge.
Musician Sam Picillo plays an original song at the piano in front of Au Bon Pain last Friday afternoon. Sam has been enjoying playing his guitar in the Harvard square before it gets too cold.
Harvard researcher, Stephen Leroy plays at the piano in front of Au Bon Pain last Friday. Stephen is one of the many people who have enjoyed using the street pianos throughout Cambridge.
Chris Matthews shares a laugh at his book signing of, Tip and The Gipper:When Politics Worked, at the Coop on October 3rd. Matthews is a political commentator on many MSMBC programs, including Hardball with Chris Matthews.
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