Paddling a Pot
Master artist José Yamunaque teaches a Peruvian method of paddling a pot yesterday in the first of three classes focused on this traditional method handed down for generations.
Adams tutor Erika J. Rickard (right) helps Kirkland tutor Laura “Voop” de Vulpillieres demonstrate how to use binding in crossdressing. At the Cross Dress for Success event last night, BGLT tutors taught a drag workshop with everything from high-heeled struts to authentic facial hair to stuffing and tucking.
Students browse the Sackler Museum’s modern and contemporary art exhibits at yesterday’s Night at the Sackler event, organized by the Harvard Art Museums Undergraduate Connection.
Director of the Center for Research on Learning at the University of Kansas Donald Deshler spoke yesterday about his research on adolescent illiteracy.
Ronald M. Shaich, co-founder of Panera Bread, discusses the advocacy group No Labels, which seeks to move politics away from extreme partisanship.
Redefining Science Education
Bruce Alberts, Editor-in-Chief of Science Magazine, spoke yesterday about Harvard's leading role in redefining science education as part of the Dudley Herschbach Lecture series.