BGLTQ student and allies celebrated National Coming Out Day at OUTspoken, an open mic and social event Friday.
OUTspoken, organized by the Office of BGLTQ Student Life and Speak Out Loud, featured spoken word and music performances in the Barker Center Cafe.
Harvard Law School Student Government is the body which advocates on behalf of HLS students for improvements and policy changes.
The Harvard Undergraduate BGLTQ Business Society disinvited tech company Palantir from speaking at one of their events following student outcry abut the company's contract with United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Robert Reid-Pharr was the first full-tenured professor to join the Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality program at Harvard College.
Concert for One, created by Rayna Yun Chou, brought classical music of all stripes to Harvard's Science Center.
A new restaurant called Spyce is set to open next year in the building that Chipotle vacated in January.
The Allston Talk Force discusses the future of the city's development, particularly Harvard's proposed plans on the Boston side of the Charles River, as well as protect against the effects of global warming.
Brigham and Women's Hospital is located in Boston.
Current IOP Fellows discuss the role they have played in politics and how their experiences have contributed to the journey towards attaining their fellowships.
Former IOP fellow Brittany Packett, and former NBA player Clark Kellogg discuss the power of sports and the positive influence athletes can have on their community at an Institute of Politics event Tuesday night.
A quiet Cambridge street. Some Cambridge residents are protesting the addition of affordable housing in the city.
Harvard's ongoing admissions lawsuit is being still reviewed at the John Joseph Moakley Courthouse in Boston, Mass.
Students held up signs reading "#MeToo" at a Friday sit-in in Winthrop House's dining hall in protest of Dean Sullivan's decision to represent Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.
Nearly 200 undergraduates wearing red sat in the Winthrop House dining hall Friday to call for administrative action months after Winthrop Dean Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr. announced his decision to represent Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.
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