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Sudan Rally Group
College

Sudan Rally Group

Sudanese students protest in support of democratic governance in Sudan on the steps of Memorial Church on Saturday afternoon. Days before, Omar al-Bashir, the dictator of thirty years, was ousted in a military coup.

Sudan Rally Solo
On Campus

Students Demonstrate in Support of Democracy in Sudan

Roughly fifty students gathered on the steps of Memorial Church Saturday afternoon to demonstrate support for democratic governance in Sudan.

Bazzi
Yardfest

In Photos: Yardfest 2019

On Sunday afternoon, students gathered in Tercentenary Theater for the College Events Board’s annual outdoor music festival Yardfest. The College made a series of changes to the event this year, including moving it from Friday evening to Sunday afternoon and instituting no-guest and no-re-entry policies.

Bazzi
Yardfest

Bazzi

Lincoln A. Hart '21
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Lincoln A. Hart '21

Bazzi in Blue
Yardfest

Bazzi in Blue

ouija
Columns

ouija

Collecting a group of friends and my Ouija Board — gifted to me years ago by an aunt — we assemble in a circle on the hardwood floor of the Co-op library.

ouijaboard
Conversations

ouijaboard

Collecting a group of friends and my Ouija Board — gifted to me years ago by an aunt — we assemble in a circle on the hardwood floor of the Co-op library.

Gore IOP
IOP

Al Gore Analyzes Trump's 'Radically New' Path, Dean Reiterates Free Speech Values at IOP Talk

Former Vice President Al Gore ’69 said President Donald Trump has pursued a “radically new” strategy by ignoring Americans outside of his core constituency at an IOP event. Before the event, the Kennedy School's dean discussed the right of free speech in the wake of student protestors' interruption of a talk featuring University President Lawrence S. Bacow last week.

Gore IOP
College

Gore IOP

Former Vice President Al Gore spoke at the Institute of Politics's "The American Presidency in the 21st Century" event on Monday evening.

Kiiara
College

Bazzi and Kiiara Bring 'Great Energy' To Harvard Yardfest

Hundreds of students flocked to Tercentenary Theatre Sunday to watch Kiiara and Bazzi perform at Yardfest, the College’s annual spring outdoor concert planned by the College Events Board.

Office of Admissions and Financial Aid
Student Life

Following Harvard Acceptance, Students and Families ‘Overcome With Emotion’

High school seniors across the country waited in anticipation for admissions results Thursday night. The Class of 2023 had a record-low acceptance rate of 4.5 percent, with just 1,950 of the 43,330 applicants receiving acceptances.

Admissions Office
Admissions

Record-Low 4.5 Percent of Harvard College Applicants Accepted to Class of 2023

A record-low 4.5 percent of applicants to Harvard College received admissions offers to the Class of 2023, with 1,950 of 43,330 candidates securing places in the class.

Office of Admissions and Financial Aid
College

Harvard College Enrollment Fees Hit A Record High $69,607 for 2019-2020 School Year

The total cost of attending Harvard College — including tuition, fees, room, and board — will increase by 3 percent, to $69,607, for the 2019-2020 academic year, the College announced in a press release Thursday evening.

Reimagine ‘Asian’: Defying Stereotypes and Celebrating Identity in Media and Popular Culture image
Arts

Reimagine ‘Asian’: Defying Stereotypes and Celebrating Identity in Media and Popular Culture image

Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, Andrew Phung, Andrea Bang, Simu Liu, and Hudson Yang spoke about celebrating Asian identity at the Harvard Graduate School of Education on March 25.

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