Unlike traditional college debates, where speed and the ability to argue both sides of an issue are advantages, Ethics Bowl competitions involve a back-and-forth between teams and with their judges, where each can ask questions and respond
Public health officials have warned for months of the possibility of a serious post-Thanksgiving surge in COVID-19 cases. If it does happen, a Harvard epidemiologist says, the signs should become apparent this week.
“I wanted to write a show that was very, very uplifting and positive and happy. Not only because it’s a children’s show, but also because that’s the kind of show that people need right now,” said composer/playwright Julia Riew ’21
The @HarvardDivinity School hosts a Virtual Seasons of Light celebration—including music, readings by HDS students, the ritual kindling of many flames, and communal prayers and songs—tonight at 5:30pm EST:
Mtume Sangiewa ’23 enlisted in the U.S. Marines after high school. After training as a military police officer, he found himself with an extraordinary assignment: he was headed to Washington, D.C. to guard President Barack Obama ’91.