Five panelists discussed ways to increase female political representation in Massachusetts Wednesday afternoon in CGIS South.
Divinity School enrollee Jesse Bercowetz, who said he identifies as a pagan, said he believes the tree is like an elder family member. Cutting it down is an act of murder. “I question an architectural team and administration who cannot figure out another solution,” he said.
Administrators plan to fell a century-old red oak tree on the Divinity School's campus as part of planned renovations to Andover Hall. Some students are outraged.
Harvard Medical School Professor David E. Reich ’96 delivers a lecture on insights gleaned from DNA.
Gabriel Zucman, an Assistant Professor at UC Berkeley, speaks about globalization, taxes, and inequality in Science Center Hall D Wednesday afternoon.
HUBweek is a innovation and ideas festival in Boston which took place primarily in the Boston City Hall Plaza last week.
Bookmarks and other death-positive items are sold at the Death Salon.
Robin S. Lacy speaks on death houses and winter burials in Canada at the Death Salon in Story Chapel.
The John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences sign stands in front of Pierce Hall.
Massachusetts Hall, the ancestral workspace of Harvard presidents, underwent construction throughout the summer.
Professors enter University Hall for the monthly Faculty of Arts and Sciences meeting Tuesday.
Ethan R. McCollister '20 leads students and panelists as they prepare for the first Harvard College Democrats #MeToo action meeting.
Child Hall is one of the four dorms in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
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