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Datamatch
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Datamatch

Datamatch, a free matchmaking service originally created by the Harvard Computer Society in 1994, has expanded to include Columbia, Barnard, Wellesley, and Brown University students.

Harvard Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study
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Harvard Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study

Located at 10 Garden Street, the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study offers valuable resources for students.

Hasty Pudding
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Hasty Pudding

Actress Mila Kunis accepts the Hasty Pudding Theatricals 2018 Woman of the Year in January. Kunis may have been involved with the Pudding’s decision to accept women as cast members.

Paul Rudd
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Paul Rudd: From Reading British Comics to Writing Marvel Movies

On Feb. 2, Paul Rudd, Hasty Pudding Theatricals’ Man of the Year, received the famed Pudding Pot in an event he likened to “a Terrence Malick movie.”

Astronomy Colloquium
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Astronomy Colloquium

Maciek Wielgus presents at the Harvard Center for Astrophysics Astronomy Colloquium Thursday afternoon.

Stop Deportations
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Stop Deportations

Graduate students gathered in Phillips Brooks House Wednesday afternoon to rally for the Safe Communities Act.

SEAS Sophomore Convocation
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SEAS Sophomore Convocation

An alumni panel consisting of Danielle Feinberg '96, Nathan Blecharczyk '05, and Stephanie Kladakis '96 discussed their post-graduate experiences at the SEAS Sophomore Convocation on Tuesday.

Gullah
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Gullah

Sunn m’Cheaux, a Gullah instructor for the university, stands inside the Center for African Studies. This is the second semester that the Creole language has been offered to students.

Mila Kunis as the Hasty Pudding's Woman of the Year
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Mila Kunis on Immigrant Families, Hasty Pudding’s New Policy, and Women in the Workplace

“You don’t want to fail your family, and I think that’s amplified when you’re an immigrant.”

Alan Todas-Ambaras
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Portrait of An Artist: Alan M. Toda-Amabaras

The recipient of the Prize for Most Promising Contestant at the 2005 Rostropovich International Cello Competition in Paris, Toda-Ambaras has worked with many of the world’s leading classical ensembles and performers. Most recently, he co-founded the Eureka Ensemble, a Boston-based group dedicated to using classical music to connect with underprivileged and marginalized communities locally.

HKS New Campus
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Kennedy School Completes Campus Renovations

The $126 million construction project, underway since late 2015, included several new buildings added to the center of campus.

Karen M. Maldonado (top)
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Karen M. Maldonado

“I dove into it and realized that there is a lot of cool theory about weightlifting and men in prison yards and how it builds bodily autonomy and masculinity and empowerment."

Telenovelas in Pan-Latino Context
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Telenovelas in Pan-Latino Context

Author June Carolyn Erlick reads from her latest book, “Telenovelas in Pan-Latino Context,” at the Barker Center on Wednesday evening.

New Target in Porter Square
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New Target in Porter Square

A new Target store is set to open in Porter Square.

Tercentenary Theater Commencement 2016
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University Marshal O'Neill to Retire

As the tenth University marshal, O’Neill led the Wadsworth House office responsible for welcoming foreign dignitaries, organizing Harvard-wide events, and providing information on the University’s traditions and ceremonies.

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