The Casperson Room is located in the Harvard Law School Library.
Research across campus has been interrupted as the University announces new restrictions in an attempt to further de-densify the community.
Joshua Y. Chiang ’22 is a sophomore in Eliot House. Since he started posting on TikTok, he has garnered more than 86 thousand followers.
Changie Yuri ’20 is the author of a "Dear Sarah," a newly published poetry/prose collection.
Changie Yuri '20 explains the main themes of their collection during an interview last Thursday.
Lauren H. Yang ’23 was crowned Queen of the Miss Chinatown U.S.A. court in February.
Quad Bikes is a non-profit bike shop housed in the basement of Cabot House, offering bike repair services to the Harvard and Cambridge community at affordable rates.
Andrew Marfoli is one of the mechanics at Quad Bikes. He has been working there for 6 years.
"We're all kind of the manager," says Neil L. McMullen, who has been working at Quad Bikes for five years.
Agassiz is a neighborhood between Porter Square and Harvard Square.
Jud says that his goal is to provide a space to “share stories” and allow everyone's experiences to exist.
David Jud is a resident tutor at Mather House. Together with Harvard chaplain Adam L. Dyer, he founded “The Masc”, the first organization on campus created to discuss and address questions about masculinity.
The Staff Art Show was a showcase of art pieces by Harvard staff members. The works ranged from paintings and photographs to objects and live performances.
Mia Metivier, program coordinator in the Harvard College Program in General Education, performing live drawing at the Staff Art Show.
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