Harvard Business School.
Martin Shkreli speaks in the Science Center on Wednesday night at an event organized by the Harvard Financial Analysts Club. Protesters disrupted the event, standing up, walking out, and encouraging others to move to a “teach-in” panel on AIDS treatment and unethical pharmaceutical practices.
Students protest Martin Shkreli outside the Science Center. Shkreli’s appearance on campus sparked controversy, with protester Darshali Vyas citing Shkreli’s 5000 percent price hike of Daraprim, a drug used to treat patients with compromised immune systems, as a reason for her outrage.
“When people ask where you’re from and you say Syria, their eyes widen,” Bushra Hamid ’20 says.
“It is my country—I should be sentimental, and I should be relating to them, but at the same time, how is that helping anyone?” says Leen Al-Kassab ’18. “That’s not going to change the fact that I have a midterm tomorrow. That’s not going to change the fact that I have a pset due at midnight that has to be turned in.”
Harvard hosted the annual IvyQ conference this weekend from Thursday through Saturday. IvyQ organizers planned speakers, workshops, and socials to explore aspects of the queer community.
Kale Gosen and Carson Zi speak about “relationship anarchy”—an approach to relationships based on autonomy—at the workshop “Relationship Anarchy: Consciously Dismantling Relationship Paradigms” during the IvyQ conference this weekend.
The Radcliffe heavyweight boat practices on the Charles earlier this season.
Timothy P. McCarthy, a Lecturer on History and Literature and a Program Director at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, walks out with members of his class in October.
Sabrina Xiong '19, Mila Gauvin '19, and Abigail N. Burke '19 huddle under an umbrella outside Currier House during Thursday's rainfall.
Timothy P. McCarthy, a lecturer at the Kennedy School who teaches on protest literature, walks out with members of his class.