Science and Music
Physicist Lisa Randall and science journalist Marcia Bartusiak spoke at the First Parish Church about how creativity bridges the gap between scientific theories and artistic expressions.
Jeff Shesol at the Harvard Bookstore
Jeff Shesol, author of "Supreme Power: Franklin Delano Roosevelt vs. The Supreme Court," holds a book signing yesterday evening at the Harvard Bookstore
Free food and drinks were given to the homeless Wednesday night as students and Cambridge residents spoke about their experiences with Christianity.
Biodiversity with E.O. Wilson
Edward O. Wilson gives the last of three lectures this week on Biodiversity and its future, discussing the boundaries that exist between humanities and science.
Edward O. Wilson, Pellegrino Research Professor Emeritus and Honorary Curator in Entomology, gives the last of three lectures this week on Biodiversity and the Future of Biology. This lecture, held yesterday afternoon in the Science Center, discussed the boundaries that exist between humanities and science.
"I'm with Stupid"
Helen Molesworth gives a lecture about Rachel Harrison's sculpture "I'm with Stupid" on Wednesday night at Harvard's Sackler Museum.
Rosanne Cash poses for a picture after a performance, and discussion about her creative process and her career as a composer and musician. Cash spoke about the release of her top-selling recording “Seven Year Ache” and touring with her father, the legendary Johnny Cash.
AFL-CIO President Emeritus John Sweeney introduces current AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka at the IOP forum yesterday evening.