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User Image ev07 Posted: Feb 20, 2018 12:13 AM (UTC)
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Chal Rang De: a movement to transform informal settlements in Mumbai into colorful amalgams, turning negative associations with slum culture into positive expressions of local community & art
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#colors #art #community #travel #studiotrip #Mumbai #GSDstudiotrip #Harvard #GSD #ExtremeUrbanismV @harvardgsd
User Image blacktruthnews Posted: Feb 20, 2018 12:02 AM (UTC)

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Solange Knowles Named 2018 Harvard Foundation Artist of the Year >>@http://www.blacktruth.net/solange-knowles-named-2018-harvard-foundation-artist-of-the-year/ (Click Link in Bio or go to Blacktruth.net) --#solange #solangeknowles #harvard #congratulations #2018 #harvardfoundation #awards #singer #blacktruthnews #blacktruthdotnet
User Image kta_mentor Posted: Feb 20, 2018 12:02 AM (UTC)

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뉴욕->보스턴 14시간 비행의 악몽이 떠오른다..
버스에 화장실도 있음.. #Boston #Harvard #MIT
The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn the past, worry about the future , or anticipate troubles, it to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly
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User Image shadhbs Posted: Feb 19, 2018 11:54 PM (UTC)
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Week two of the Shad Olympics is here! With a trainer present, see how many times in 1 minute you can speed skate back and forth on our slide board.
User Image niki.apostolicas Posted: Feb 19, 2018 11:50 PM (UTC)

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Happy #18th birthday to the best brother I could ever wish for! Thanks for always letting me play t-swift in the car, eating my leftover food, and being my #1 running and work out buddy. Good luck at #harvard next year! I'll miss you so much! #therespeople #exzempt
User Image p.sbtn Posted: Feb 19, 2018 11:49 PM (UTC)
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User Image jonegraves Posted: Feb 19, 2018 11:44 PM (UTC)

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Presidents Day 2018. A few years ago while studying at @harvard I had the opportunity to be the President of the United States in a Cold War simulation (I actually asked to play the role). It was a 2-day simulation pitting me against the Soviet Union and its leader, who turned out to be a 40-year expert in Soviet strategy and Cold War affairs. My task (presented to me in a For Your Eyes Only brief) was to stop the Soviets from invading Iran and taking control of its oil fields. It would be "the end of Western civilization" if they succeeded, and I was authorized to use any means to prevent it, including nuclear war. To say it was intense is an understatement. Prof. Tom Nichols warned me the day before that it was going to be grueling, and it was. Even as a simulation, there was incredible pressure on me and my cabinet as we strategized, punched, counterpunched, and ultimately bombed key targets within Iran to keep the Soviets from advancing and cut off their supplies. We ended up in a stalemate and avoided nuclear holocaust, but the exercise gave me a glimpse into the immensely challenging and extremely heavy decision-making process each and every president faces in office, regardless of party. I was the only one in the room who understood the threat, and from the outset, I needed to set the tone, which included a 1-minute speech as soon as I entered the room to convey to the cabinet how serious the threat was and why we were going to spend the next 48 hours doing everything we could to stop it. Each other player/role had other information, but none had all of it; sometimes it was conflicting information. Then there were the other duties as assigned to POTUS, including informing the American People, engaging with the Press, and navigating a dysfunctional United Nations body. So on this Presidents Day, I acknowledge that whomever sits at the desk in the Oval Office, the literal weight of the world comes with it, and for that, the position demands respect....even in 2018. And Lincoln is still my favorite president. #presidentsday #365photochallenge #harvard #growineveryway #stillthinkingaboutit #coldwar #day50
User Image timedilator Posted: Feb 19, 2018 11:29 PM (UTC)

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“The storm is rotating counter-clockwise with a wide range of cloud altitudes. The darker clouds are expected to be deeper in the atmosphere than the brightest clouds. Within some of the bright “arms” of this storm, smaller clouds and banks of clouds can be seen, some of which are casting shadows to the right side of this picture (sunlight is coming from the left). The bright clouds and their shadows range from approximately 4 to 8 miles (7 to 12 kilometers) in both widths and lengths. These appear similar to the small clouds in other bright regions Juno has detected and are expected to be updrafts of ammonia ice crystals possibly mixed with water ice.” —NASA Juno
Jupiter is such a mysterious and beautiful planet.
User Image cic_cambridgerd Posted: Feb 19, 2018 11:27 PM (UTC)

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Aprende de 5 Profesores Expertos en #Negociación de #Harvard, participando en nuestro #Workshop anual en el #LoebHouse. Visita www,http://persuadir.com y descubre más información. XIV Workshop de Negociación y #Persuasión #CambridgeInternationalConsulting

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