Kathryn S. Kuhar
Kathryn S. Kuhar '20 is the Multimedia Chair of the 146th Guard.
Photographer Kathryn S. Kuhar can be reached at email@example.com. Follow her on Twitter @kskuhar.
Many of Harvard College's athletes practice in facilities across the Charles River.
President Lawrence S. Bacow discusses a review of donations made by Jeffrey Epstein during a Monday interview.
John E. Fernandez, director of the MIT Environmental Solutions Initiative, speaks about water resources during a panel titled Future of Cities: Water at the Graduate School of Education Tuesday afternoon.
Philippe Le Corre, research associate at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation and Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government speaks about the impact of China's Belt and Road Initiatives at the Harvard Kennedy School Tuesday.
University President Lawrence S. Bacow has a conversation with a colleague in his office in Massachusetts Hall before an interview with The Crimson.
Dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Francis J. Doyle III speaks about the upcoming move to Allston in his office during an interview on Monday.
Students and guests sat in the pews of Memorial Church, located in the heart of Harvard Yard, for the Extension School Convocation Ceremony Saturday afternoon.
Dean of Students and Accessibility Robert H. Neugeboren '83 assures students that they "belong here" during Harvard Extension School's Convocation held at Memorial Church Saturday afternoon.
Massachusetts' emergency ban on the sale of all vaping products will affect businesses like Boston Smoke Shop, which is located on JFK Street near Harvard Square.
The Harvard Athletics Department's "Crimson Mind and Body Performance Program" received a donation to expand its ability to offer mental health services to Harvard athletes and coaches.
Professors and administrators walk into University Hall ahead of their monthly faculty meeting Tuesday.
On Sept. 20, more than four million protesters took part in a global demonstration to call attention to climate change. Divest Harvard — an organization advocating for the University to divest its endowment from the fossil fuel industry — organized a rally in Science Center Plaza. Harvard affiliates and students from nearby schools gathered on campus before joining a larger rally at Boston City Hall Plaza.