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Administrators unveiled a new Harvard Law School building at 1607 Mass Ave in mid-November 2018.
People gather in classrooms on the first floor of Austin Hall Tuesday night to watch a live stream of the final round of the Ames Competition, which was taking place a floor above.
Jay M. Harris, professor of Jewish studies, spoke with Harvard affiliates about the history of anti-Semitism and the continued effects of prejudice at Harvard Hillel Tuesday night.
Michael J. Sandel, a Professor of Government, speaks about bridging the gap between "the classroom and the city" during a forum at the Graduate school of Education Thursday evening.
Bridget Terry Long, a Professor of Education and Economics leads a discussion with Professor Michael J. Sandel Thursday night in Longfellow Hall.
Kaitlyn P. Becker explains how various robotic parts work in her robotics lab in at 60 Oxford Street Thursday afternoon. Her presentation was part of a campus visit for incarcerated youth.
Kaitlyn P. Becker, a graduate engineering student who works on robotics, shows a group of visiting incarcerated youth how her gadgets work.
The Retired Honorable Sir Bill English, former Prime Minister of New Zealand, is a visiting fellow this week at the Institute of Politics.
Students for Fair Admissions President Edward Blum exits the courthouse on Oct. 19, the fifth day of the Harvard admissions trial.
Newell Boathouse, constructed in 1900 as a gift from the Harvard Club of New York, is the home of Harvard men's crew.
When Harvard and Radcliffe College merged in 1974, the men's crew program was resistant toward a similar union with the women's side.
The term Radcliffe carries a symbolic value of resilience, according to former alums.
House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi visited the Institute of Politics Tuesday afternoon, where she had a discussion with IOP Director Mark D. Gearan '78 and members of the public during a IOP event.
Former West Wing staffers talked about their personal experiences serving in the Obama administration at the Institute of Politics on Monday evening.