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The College Events Board, one of four groups vying for money under the new funding system, hosts Yardfest.
Pete Davis, a member of the Harvard Law School Class of 2018, is the author of "Our Bicentennial Crisis: A Call to Action for Harvard Law School's Public Interest Mission."
Krystal K. Phu '19 holds two glasses of blue Powerade, which she drinks often.
Alan R. Dai '21 has $350 Common Projects sneakers featuring gold numbers printed near the heel.
Richard W. Wrangham and Daniel E. Lieberman discuss the role of heat in human deveopment.
Gene Corbin, the current Assistant Dean of Harvard College for Public Service, will step down at the end of the semester.
A Harvard student sits silently to protest solitary confinement in correctional facilities.
Signs posted on the walls of the Harvard Kennedy School welcoming the school's new diversity dean, Robbin Chapman.
Twenty-five-year-old Washington, D.C. rapper Wale performs in front of a crowd of cheering students in Tercentenary Theater Friday evening during Yardfest. "All you future millionaires, put your hands up," he said during his set.
The “Shitty Architecture Men” is a public spreadsheet with anonymous accounts of sexual misconduct by Harvard Graduate School of Design affiliates.
Merrick B. Garland '74 speaks to students in the Winthrop Junior Common Room on Monday. Garland gave a talk on public service and the law.
The College's admissions office is located on 86 Brattle Street.
Neptune, God of the Sea, poses for a photo.
A cosplaying couple poses for a photo at Anime Boston.
Professor Emeritus Owen J. Gingerich owns the world's largest collection of ephemerides. The table shows the positions of celestial bodies in 1492.