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A visitor contemplates Franz Von Stuck’s “Wounded Amazon,” a German work from 1905 exhibited in the Busch-Reisinger Museum, one of the three Harvard Art Museums, on Monday morning.
Dr. Anita Goel introduces “AWAKE: The Life of Yogananda” at the Divinity School on Monday afternoon. The film sought to objectively explore how Yogananda, an Indian yogi, introduced yoga to the Western world in the mid-20th century.
John D. Spengler addresses how urban environments affect human health at the Harvard Museum of Natural History on Monday afternoon. The lecture was hosted in collaboration with the Center for Health and the Global Environment and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
In the ongoing back-and-forth over millennial identity, head-shaking and naysaying are common and consensus is rare; “The Son Also Rises,” which runs Oct. 8-11 in the Adams Pool theater, aims to add its voice to that debate.
The Crimson speaks with Valentina Marini, manager of Spellbound Contemporary Ballet—an internationally recognized modern dance company from Rome—in anticipation of its appearance in "Le Quattro Stagioni (The Four Season)."
The Harvard Film Archive's "The Sharp Amnesias of Guy Maddin," a collection of films and shorts by the renowned Canadian filmmaker, seeks to showcase Maddin's works and to inspire budding filmmakers.
The Houghton Library's "The World of Walter Crane" seeks to showcase an innovative and influential artist, who was famous during his lifetime but has now been largely forgotten.
South Carolina Governor Nikki R. Haley is presented with a Harvard “letter sweater” by Harvard Foundation intern Nuha Saho ‘18 at the conclusion of the dinner event where she was invited to make remarks Thursday night. Haley spoke with pride about the idea of a “New South” that promoted racial and economic equality and defended the Republican Party from accusations of racism and intolerance.
And while we are pretty bummed that Garden Party (by that we mean Farmal) season is officially over, we’re pretty pumped for [BLANK] Party next Friday, October 9th in the Science Center Plaza.
Members of the public watch as the Harvard-Allston Task Force presents progress on Harvard buildings in Allston. University staff and contractors presented blueprints for the new School of Engineering and Applied Sciences complex.
The Hutchins Center for African & African American Research presents Marian W. Edelman with the W.E.B. Du Bois Medal at Sanders Theater on Wednesday afternoon.
Kevin Casey, Harvard Associate Vice President for Public Affairs and Communications, discusses the progress of Harvard’s projects in Allston at a public meeting Wednesday at the Honan-Allston Library.