A small group of students gathered to hear female politicians and experts discuss how women fare in Massachusetts politics at a Harvard panel Wednesday afternoon.
“In the last few years, the cost of genetic sequencing has decreased by a factor of a million,” David E. Reich '96 said. “This has revealed how little was known about the genetic relationships between people.”
Scattered across the floor and on couches in the Women’s Center, over two dozen students sipped tea as they listened to undergraduate student activists discuss emotional labor and self-care Wednesday night.
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