- Subscribe via RSS
The discussion series offers a way of looking at the role of theater activism and the continued relevance of the arts and humanities, and also presents the issues at hand in a new light.
HGSE Senior Lecturer on Education Katherine K. Merseth talks to FM about charter schools, teacher unions, and the purpose of K-12 education.
Tim Doner '18 can speak over 20 languages. He gave a TEDxTeen talk on "breaking the language barrier" earlier this year in March.
David Mitchell, author of "Cloud Atlas", reads from his latest novel, "The Bone Clocks" at First Parish Church on Thursday night.
William Deresiewicz stirred up a frenzy last July with his New Republic article, “Don’t Send Your Kids to the Ivy League.”
Imagine that on a warm, bright day in whatever month they usually do this sort of thing, the United States Congress tables all other bills and pushes through, unanimously, one that prevents all legal residents of non-contiguous states (that is: Alaskans, Hawaiians) from being anywhere within the contiguous 48 for the entire month of, oh, let’s say September.
Members of the Jewish community at Harvard gather Wednesday night to eat and celebrate Rosh Hashanah at Hillel.
A woman uses a 'selfie stick' while photographing Harvard Yard on Wednesday afternoon.
Temi I. Fagbenle '15 reads a book in the stacks of the newly reopened Tozzer Library. The space features automatically moving stacks to maximize shelving space.
The Parker Quartet will present its first concert as Blodgett Artists-in-Residence on Friday, Sept. 26 at 8 p.m. in the John Knowles Paine Concert Hall.
“Artists in the Arboretum,” on display at the park’s Hunnewell building through Oct. 19, showcases the work of 27 local artists with personal relationships to the park.
The newly opened Serenity Room in the basement of Grays Hall offers commodities such as teas and meditation tapes.