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Karina G. Gonzalez-Espinoza

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Harvard University Holds Second Unionization Vote: Day 1
Unionization

Harvard University Holds Second Unionization Vote: Day 1

Harvard Unionization Election: Day 2
Unionization

Harvard Unionization Election: Day 2

Smith Campus Center Trees
Harvard Square

Harvard Replants Trees at Smith Campus Center

When the trees were cut down in 2016 to make way for construction, many Cantabrigians said they were upset to see them go.

Harvard Arts Medal 2018
On Campus

Novelist Colson Whitehead Wins 2018 Harvard Arts Medal

“I accept this on behalf of the fourth floor of Pennypacker. May you all live in peace and harmony,” Whitehead said.

Transcript Project Presentation
Humanities Division

Transcript Project Presentation

Dean of the Arts and the Humanities division, Robin E. Kelsey, presents the winners of the Transcript Project, a college initiative announced earlier this semester.

Science

BubbleBox Project Wins First in Paris Contest

BubbleBox, a portable hygiene module created by a team that includes Harvard students, won first place at Talents #Paris2024 earlier this year.

Harvard Horizons
On Campus

Harvard Horizons Symposium Highlights Work of Ph.D. Candidates

Eight Ph.D. candidates presented their dissertation research to the public at the the Harvard Horizons Symposium held Wednesday evening in Sanders Theater.

Mailboxes
University

Mailboxes

Two mailboxes stand on Massachusetts Avenue. Graduate research assistants away from campus will not be able to vote using mail-in ballots.

#StopCVE
College

#StopCVE

Criminalizing Muslim Youth Panel
College

Criminalizing Muslim Youth Panel

Scholars and activists discuss surveillance of Muslim and minority youth at a Harvard Graduate School of Education panel.

Student Groups

English Department Launches Peer-Led ‘Critical Pizza’ Talks

The weekly peer-led discussions are held over pizza. Organizers said they hope the informal environment will encourage more students to explore literary criticism.

PBHA
College

PBHA Hosts Poverty Teach-In

Panelists tackled the issue from many angles including youth poverty, education, housing, immigration, and even the effects of the recent legalization of cannabis.

Toxicity with Folklore and Mythology
FAS

Folk and Myth Holds Symposium on Environmental, Racial Issues

At the event, titled "Toxic Tales, Body Burdens, and Climatic Conundrums," speakers ranging from professors to current students spoke about issues like climate change, ecotourism, and race relations.

Eliot House
College

House Committees Prepare to Welcome Freshmen Ahead of Housing Day

The bulk of the planning for the annual event occurs during the start of the spring semester with each House filming a Housing Day video, designing t-shirts, and ordering House merchandise for rising sophomores.

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