The American media now portrays Muslims with the same negativity that it does North Korea and Moammar Gadhafi, founder and CEO of Media Tenor International Roland Schatz told a crowded CGIS auditorium Thursday.
Though many students were at home last week for the first few days of Hanukkah, they will be able to find food and festivities—from fried latkes and jelly doughnuts to traditional Jewish games of dreidel and the lighting of menorahs—across campus in the final days of the Jewish holiday.
In honor of the upcoming mega-holiday, Flyby has rounded up a few ways you can make this miraculous, literally once-in-a-lifetime combination of Thanksgivukkah as epic and festive as can be.
The editor of The Harvard Ichthus explained that the piece was not the official stance of the publication but rather the words of one particular author, which were easily misinterpreted.
N.T. Wright, University of St. Andrew's Research Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity, discusses the purpose of the Bible during the Veritas Forum on Sunday night in Memorial Church.
Harvard philosophy professor Sean Kelly discusses the purpose of the Bible during the Veritas Forum on Sunday night in Memorial Church.
Two deans from the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences laid out priorities and concerns on behalf of colleagues involved in the planning process for the school’s eventual move to Allston at the monthly meeting of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Tuesday afternoon.
Archbishop of Boston Seán Patrick O’Malley joined members of the Catholic community for a celebration of All Saint’s Day on Friday at St. Paul Catholic Church in Harvard Square.
Two chaplains discussed the intersection between faith and relationships with audience members during a panel entitled “Love, Sex, and Faith” on Tuesday night.
A leader of a secular organization at Harvard was fired last week after admitting that she falsified the credentials she presented to the group, according to a story in The New York Times.
Reza Aslan HDS '99 talks at the Harvard Divinity School about his experiences as a religious scholar and his Fox News interview, during which he was asked whether a Muslim could write an unbiased account of Jesus Christ.
Members of Harvard Hillel and the Harvard Islamic Society gathered Tuesday evening for dinner at Hillel. The annual dinner, in its ninth year, brings together both communities on the Jewish holiday of Sukkat Salaam.
The annual dinner tradition—started nine years ago and sponsored by Harvard Hillel and the Harvard Islamic Society—is part of an ongoing effort to encourage dialogue between the two communities.