Students from Harvard Business School and MIT Sloan School of Management face off against "Watson", a question answering machine built by IBM, in a game of Jeopardy.
Eric Schmitt discusses his new book, "Counterstrike: The Untold Story of America’s Secret Campaign Against Al Qaeda", co-authored by fellow New York Times reporter, Thom Shanker, at a seminar hosted by the Harvard Kennedy School.
Patricia Levi '12 and Katrina Malakhoff '14 hold up a banner as part of a silent protest to get the attention of David Axelrod on his visit to Harvard.
Professor Timothy J. Colton discusses nation building in Ukraine after the Soviet Union at a mini-symposium run by the Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute.
Prefrosh attend a panel on social sciences yesterday, where Professor Efraim Benmelech shared his views on how to prevent another financial crisis.
Natalie Feldman ('12) and Ryan Halprin ('12) perform a duet of "I'll Make a Man Out of You" from the Disney movie "Mulan" in the Harvard Pops Orchestra's spring showcase, "Pops Comes of Age."
The Harvard Pops Orchestra presents "Pops Comes of Age," a showcase of instrumental numbers tied together by a plot line in which two students attend Pops rehearsal at the so-called Harvard Middle School.
Brad Ellis, the pianist from the hit TV show Glee, joins the Harvard Pops Orchestra in their spring showcase, "Pops Comes of Age."
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