Lerenzo D. Tolbert-malcom
Harvard Powwow has celebrated and disseminated Native American culture for 15 years.
Original Publication Date: March 16, 2009 Westboro Baptist Church pickets Cambridge Ringe and Latin High School on Friday March 13 in protest of the school's gay and straight alliance, while others protested the Church's actions.
Max Blumenthal speaks in Quincy use Junior Common room Sunday night about concerns and issues related to his book "Republican Gomorrah".
The Harvard University Native American Program (HUNAP) sponsored the spring Powow in Radcliffe yard Saturday afternoon gathering crowds of students and faculty and well as the larger Boston community. Traditional dancers, drummers, and singers performed v
Musical artists perform for the crowds in Harvard Square for Mayfair as vendors and craftsmen line the streets showing their products..
Overture of 1812 is performed using the Russian bells in Lowell bell tower.
The Fallen Angels and the Opportunes, two of Harvard’s A Capella groups, performed together at Sanders Theater Friday during their Spring Concert “Angels in the Opp Field”.
Veritones and alumni sing together at “That’s (J)amore!” Saturday night, Valentine’s Day, in Sanders Theater. The Veritones hosted their largest concert of the semester with guests the Harvard Din & Tonics.
Harvard College in Asia Program hosts dance groups and a local band at Lowell Lecture Hall Friday night to showcase Harvard’s many diverse student groups to international students.
Cambridge celebrates Chines Year in the Square with many festivities including dancers at the Hong Kong restaurant on Sunday.
A large snowman made after last week’s snowstorm stands guard in the Quincy House courtyard—a jolly reminder of the cold New England weather.