The Tozzer Anthropology Building and Peabody Museum house offices for Harvard's Anthropology department.
The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences’ new Science and Engineering Complex is located in Allston.
In the wake of the novel coronavirus outbreak, Lipsitch has utilized his social media presence on Twitter to communicate about the new research around the disease, as well as implications of certain policy decisions.
The Owl, a final club at Harvard, hosted a daytime party following the College's announcement that students must evacuate campus. During the last 5 days before vacating campus, many seniors celebrated their last four years by attending various events and parties.
As many seniors were completing their theses during the month of March, students rushed to take the classic thesis picture on Widener Steps amid the chaos of vacating campus due to the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Chemistry professors Theodore A. Betley and Daniel Kahne currently serve as interim co-chairs of the Chemistry department, located in the Edward Mallinckrodt Chemical Laboratory.
The Harvard University Police Association union’s contract is set to expire in late November, while the department is also undergoing an internal review of climate and culture.
While traditionally bustling during meal times, Quincy Dining Hall is empty of dining trays and conversation.
In one of their most widely attended meetings of the semester, the Undergraduate Council hosted a virtual Zoom emergency meeting, open to the public, regarding endorsements of grading policies to the university administration.
Following the College’s announcement in March that most students must vacate campus due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, Annenberg Dining Hall was almost completely vacant.
The Harvard University Archives, located in Pusey Library, aims to preserve and provide access to Harvard’s historical records by gathering an accurate, authentic, and complete record of the life of the University.
Matthews Hall is a first-year dorm located in the heart of Harvard Yard, known for its distinctive entrance arches.
Eliot Dining Hall, known for its large windows and beautiful architecture, is mostly empty of students during Sunday morning brunch, depicting the potential implications of social distancing guidelines.
Harvard Yard is home to most of the first-year dorms on Harvard’s campus.
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