Crimson staff writer
Madeleine A. Hung
More than 50 Harvard affiliates gathered to mourn the deaths of Palestinians in Gaza at a vigil outside Memorial Church Wednesday evening.
Harvard Palestine Solidarity Committee Hosts ‘Life Under the Rubble’ Art Installation for Palestinians Killed in War
Harvard Undergraduate Palestine Solidarity Committee organized an art exhibition in Harvard Yard on Wednesday to mourn the Palestinians killed in the Israel-Hamas war.
Hundreds of Harvard students and affiliates called attention to Palestinian deaths amid the ongoing violence in Gaza during a week of visibility hosted by the Harvard Undergraduate Palestine Solidarity Committee and Graduate Students 4 Palestine.
Undergraduate students attended more than 20 events — including affinity spaces, alumni and faculty meals, and pre-professional workshops — from Nov. 3 to Nov. 9 to celebrate First-Generation, Low-Income Visibility Week.
Dozens of Harvard affiliates staged a sit-in Thursday morning at the Science Center Plaza to mourn Palestinian victims of the war in Israel and Gaza and protest the bombing of Jabalia Refugee Camp in northern Gaza by Israeli forces last week.
Harvard students and affiliates hosted cultural celebrations with musical performances and food in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, which spans from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 and seeks to recognize the histories and cultures of Latinx Americans.
Hundreds of alumni returned to campus to join students and faculty in discussing issues facing Asian Americans during the fourth Harvard Asian American Alumni Alliance Global Summit.
More Than 1,000 Rally on Harvard’s Campus to ‘Free Palestine’ Ahead of Expected Ground Invasion of Gaza
More than 1,000 demonstrators rallied in Harvard Yard in support of Gaza Saturday ahead of an expected ground invasion by Israel, condemning the University for a lack of support of Palestinian students and complicity in what they described as “genocide.”
Hundreds of Harvard students and affiliates gathered in the Sever Quadrangle Thursday evening for a silent vigil to mourn civilian deaths in Gaza and Israel and stand in solidarity with Palestine.
Former Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch ’81 urged audience members to “never lose infinite hope” despite challenges facing America in her keynote speech for the second annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Lecture in Sanders Theatre Wednesday evening.