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Krystal K. Phu

Krystal K. Phu '19 is Associate Multimedia Editor for Fifteen Minutes Magazine.

Photographer Krystal K. Phu can be reached at krystal.phu@thecrimson.com.

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Cat and Nick Hug
Undergraduate Council

Cat and Nick Hug

Catherine L. Zhang ’19 hugs her vice president, Nicholas D. Boucher ’19 shortly after they receive news of their victory in November 2017.

Zuneera Shah
Features

Zuneera Shah

Fifteen Most Interesting Banner
FM Front Feature

Fifteen Most Interesting Banner

Genesis N. De Los Santos
Features

Genesis N. De Los Santos

Kian C. Simpson
Features

Kian C. Simpson

Alan D. Estrada
Features

Alan D. Estrada

Walk This Way
Men's Crew

Walk This Way

Junior Juliet Pesner is one of the many talented walk-ons for the Crimson.

Legacy Files
Scrutiny

Legacy Files

Samoan Song
Photo Essay

Samoan Song

Singers Devynne Fuga and Jacob Afoa from American Samoa sang a selection of Samoan tunes from Fuga’s village as well as a cover of Leon Bridges’s “River.”

Rain on the Indian College Grounds
Photo Essay

Rain on the Indian College Grounds

An audience gathered for performances celebrating Indigenous People’s Day on a rainy Monday afternoon. The celebration took place near the steps of Matthews Hall, where Harvard’s Indian College once stood.

A Flag on Boston Common
Photo Essay

A Flag on Boston Common

United American Indians of New England raised a flag in protest of Columbus Day on Saturday afternoon at the edge of Boston Common.

Resilience and Remembrance
Photo Essay

Resilience and Remembrance

“Wokiksuye” translates to “remembrance” in the Lakota language.

The Women of IPD
Photo Essay

The Women of IPD

Mahtowin Munroe of United American Indians of New England stands beside Raquel Halsey of the North American Indian Center of Boston.

Hannabah Blue
Photo Essay

Hannabah Blue

Diné poet and Harvard School of Public Health alumna Hannabah C. L. Blue performed a spoken word piece at Park Street station Saturday afternoon.

Indigenous People's Day
Photo Essay

Indigenous People's Day

Indigenous People’s Day was commemorated in Cambridge and Boston with music, rallies, poetry, and dance. The holiday has been recognized by Harvard since 2017 and by the city of Cambridge since 2016. Many Indigenous community organizers are actively advocating for more towns to recognize Indigenous People’s Day and abolish Christopher Columbus Day.

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