Ron K. Unz ’83, Daniel J. Solomon ’16, and Luran J. He ’18 debated “Free Harvard, Fair Harvard,” which calls on the University to eliminate undergraduate tuition, in Harvard Hall Sunday afternoon. Unz, a candidate for Harvard’s Board of Overseers, is running on the “Free Harvard, Fair Harvard” platform.
Pforzheimer House residents play Bubble Soccer on the Quad Lawn Saturday afternoon.
University President Drew G. Faust discussed a letter she wrote to Congress about Harvard’s $37.6 billion endowment in a recent interview in Massachusetts Hall.
University President Drew G. Faust speaks with her brother, retired teacher Donald Gilpin, at an Education School forum on the value of teaching and liberal arts.
People rush in and out of the Harvard Square T station shortly before the service shut down for the night on Saturday, the first night during which there was no late-night T service.
Supreme Court nominee Merrick B.Garland ’74 contributed to The Crimson, penning theater reviews and news articles.
Erin M. Hutchinson, an active member of the Harvard Graduate Student Union-United Auto Workers, is a teaching fellow for a course with subject matter that differs from her research focus.
Leigh G. Senderowicz, a Doctor of Science (S.D.) student at the School of Public Health, is a teaching assistant and a full time student, also often working at external consultancies.
The social studies department, located in William James Hall, has been criticized by those looking to study non-Western perspectives.