Michael Klein, author of “then, we were still living”, charms the crowd with expressive readings of several of his poems at the Blacksmith House Poetry Series sponsored by the Cambridge For Adult Education yesterday.
Neil Landau, co-author of the book 101 Things I Learned in Film School, speaks of his experience as a screenwriter and producer at the Harvard Bookstore. Landau emphasized that every film needs iconic characters and a central conflict.
Residents of Quincy House dine on the “The Complete Vegetarian Meal,” which featured food by chef and cookbook author Mollie Katzen yesteday.
Ministering US-Pakistan Relations
Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi, foreign minister of Pakistan, speaks about U.S.-Pakistan relations during the Institute of Politics forum.
Marc Adams discusses the challenges of growing up gay in a religious conservative environment. Adams, the gay son of a fundamentalist Baptist minister, shared his own experience growing up at the Graduate School of Education to promote HeartStrong, a support organization for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people who are negatively impacted by religion-based academic institutions.
A Faustian Perspective of "The Social Network"
University President Drew G. Faust, pictured in her Mass. Hall office in this file photo, commented on the portrayal of her office in the film "The Social Network."