Martha S. Jones, a Society of Black Alumni Presidential Professor and Professor of History at Johns Hopkins University, discusses the issue of birthright citizenship at the Harvard Law School Wednesday afternoon.
A display reading "Climate is Global, Change is Local" sits in front of the Science Center.
There was a marathon reading of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein in Houghton Library from 9am until 4pm Wednesday.
At Harvard Divinity School in 1971, Linda L. Barufaldi and Emily E. Culpepper proposed that students toot noisemakers every time someone use male pronouns to refer to God.
Jessica Ding '19, a member of the Lowell House Society of Russian Bell Ringers, rings the bells in the basement of 20 Prescott Street.
The Harvard Institute of Politics Forum hosted a conversation with Ambassador Wendy R. Sherman and Nancy Gibbs Wednesday at 6 p.m.
A Saloniki Greek restaurant just opened a location in Harvard Square, inside the newly renovated Smith Campus Center.
The Harvard Square kiosk and T station elevator in front of Out of Town News are slated for construction.
HLS students watch Christine Blasey Ford testify in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee regarding her sexual assault claims against Kavanaugh.
10:43 p.m. A student finishes her work in Leverett G Tower while enjoying the night view of Boston.
Cambridge Violin, a violin repair shop in Harvard Square, has been run by Germaine M. Carbury-Breau since 1981.
At the Veritas Forum, Rachael Denhollander, a survivor of Larry Nassar's sexual abuse, urges the pursuit of both justice and forgiveness through faith in a Moral Law Giver.
Players gather at Pandemonium Books and Games in Central Square to participate in one of the Magic: the Gathering tournaments.
Artist Aram Han Sifuentes meshes embroidery and the naturalization process through her "U.S. Citizenship Test Sampler" project.
Workshop participants embroider samplers as they study for the naturalization test.