Harvard students and Cantabrigians gathered at Cambridge Commons to hold “a show of unity” after a man toppled the Menorah on Sunday.
Cambridge mayor Marc C. McGovern speaks to a reporter at the menorah lighting.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ron S. Suskind helped right the menorah after its toppling.
The Department of Government hosts an election night watch party in the Currier House Fishbowl.
Sally Chen '19 came up with the name for the #DefendDiversity rally, held at the Harvard Square Pit on October 14th, the day before the admissions trial began.
Rowers are well into their daily training by the time the sun rises over the Charles.
Both men's and women's lightweight finished third in eights at last year's race.
The Head of the Charles Regatta is chock-full of tradition and draws massive crowds to the banks of the river.
Protesters hoist opposing signs at two different rallies — separated by four miles and a vast ideological chasm — held in Boston and Cambridge the day before the launch of the Harvard admissions trial.
The day before the admissions trial, Harvard split into two parallel universes. Two dueling rallies made one thing crystal clear: when it comes to the suit, divisions run deep. Relive a tumultuous 24 hours in Cambridge in photos.
An all-star panel hosted by the Institute of Politics featuring professors, corporate founders, and public servants discusses public interest technology on Friday evening.
The Institute of Politics hosted six young politicians from around the country who talked about the future of American politics. They include Eric Lesser '07, a Mass. state senator, and Michelle Wu '07, member of the Boston City Council.