At a discussion Wednesday evening, students explored the dangers of allowing others to project unauthentic characteristics of their identity.
Satire V/Lampoon: - It’s so cool we did this. And I enjoy the magazine, honestly. What do you think of the website? - I chuckle at times. - Thanks, Lampoonster. It means a lot that you high-brow humorists up in your fancy castle can appreciate some good ol’ plebeian satire. - At times. - I give up. You can go fuck yourself. - ... - Could we go in the castle next time?
The Queer Advisory Council, an offshoot of the Harvard Office of BGLTQ Student Life, held its inaugural meeting Saturday afternoon.
Although Allston Village may seem like a strip of stores to pass by on your way to Target, this square is worth a second look. Filled with coffee shops hardly big enough to contain the concentration of ombre-dyed twentysomethings, Allston is a mashup of food you haven’t tried yet and bands you’ve never heard of. This neighborhood is like an I-Spy game—there’s always a vintage guitar or Afghani kebab just around the corner. Next time you leave the bubble, be sure to check out these places:
In 2013, the national debate regarding the equality of women in the workplace still rages.
Students and community members gathered in Lamont Forum Room on Monday evening for an open discussion on atheism. The panel event “Why Atheism Matters” was the kick-off for “Atheist Coming Out Week.”
The start of November signaled the end of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a campaign that students and faculty capped off Monday night with a panel on domestic and sexual violence.
Every week, The Crimson publishes a selection of articles that were printed in our pages in years past.
Dr. Leah Garrett, professor at Monash University, discusses her research on Jewish American war novels of the 40's, particularly the groundbreaking presentations of Jewish American soldiers struggling with antisemitism, masculinity, and identity within their platoons. Garrett's lecture was sponsored by Harvard's Mahindra Humanities Center.
Joe J. Vitti '10 and Clark Goodwin display a banner of signatures from the Class of 2016 in support of National Coming Out Day. The large turnout at the Coming Out Narratives forum was a pleasant surprise to organizers.
Native Americans at Harvard College commemorated indigenous cultures that existed before the arrival of Christopher Columbus in the Americas with candles at their Candle Held Vigil on Monday.
Matt is only one of many LGBTQ students at Harvard who remain predominantly in the closet at home, even though they are fully out at school.
Hundreds of students line up in chilly temperatures to get into Annenberg Hall for Identities 2012, a fashion show to raise awareness of the intellectual and cultural significance of fashion in the Harvard community, on Saturday, April 7.
Identities model Janna Bubley, ’12, hits a pose at the end of the runway during the first segment, “What Makes a Lady.”
Billy Goulston, ’13, strides down the runway during Identities’ first ever men’s segment called “An Education.”