In celebration of Harvard Square's annual Chocolate Festival, local restaurants congregate to hand out free chocolate samples to a long line of people braving the cold weather for sweets and coupons.
Students gather at Tercentary Theatre for food, games, and other activities at the annual Welcome Back Event.
Groups of people gathered at Memorial Church last night to celebrate the life of Cote K. Laramie '14. The church was decorated with colorful paper cranes, part of an initiative of Pforzheimer House to make 1000 paper cranes in memory of Laramie.
“Slow Dancing”, an installation by David Michalek, is a part of the Arts First intiative. Michalek was a fashion photographer before quitting and pursuing more abstract, conceptual art.
Slow Dancing, by David Michalek, is a video installation featuring larger-than-life, hyper-slow-motion video portraits of dancers and choreographers to offer insight into the physics of movement. This exhibition will be on display at the facade if Widener Library every night throughout Arts First week.
Professor Nicholas A. Christakis, a Pforzheimer House Master, wears his house spirit by lecturing in a polar bear costume in Sociology 190 on Wednesday.
Students view works at “House, Home,” a new art show at the Student Organization Center at Hilles (SOCH) that includes works from students and St. Francis House artists.
Harvard Hong Kong Society feeds participants of Diversitas with a variety of Chinese snacks. Diversitas, a celebration of cultures at Harvard, was held at Science Center Plaza last night.
This year's theme at Harvard's annual Fall Exhibition at Northwest Labs is "The Future of Water." The A'DOME, from the student initiated Keystone project in Saudi Arabia, is installed on the rooftop of households, its purpose being to create a new source of water using the surrounding air via condensation.
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