A display of differently sized mirrors in the Carpenter Center distorts the shape and size of those who walk by, challenging our perception of scale through art of all medias.
On a sidewalk in Palestine, a withered old man hunches over a pack of matches, striking and re-striking them but never able to produce a flame.
For Jeannette Hawley, the Costume Shop Manager at the American Repertory Theater, Halloween isn’t much different to the average workday. ...
Although Oktoberfest is traditionally a German holiday, the HONK! Parade attracts people with many different interests and ideas.
The area around Harvard square is packed with students and local residents Sunday afternoon for the Oktoberfest festivities.
Making noise for the HONK! Parade, bands reclaim the streets for horns, bikes and feet. Over 30 bands from all over the United States and local community groups participate in the parade.
Alex M. Meyer ’10, once a co-captain of the Harvard men’s swimming and diving team, won the 25 kilometer open ...
Alex Ross ’90 has been a music critic at The New Yorker since 1996. While at Harvard, Ross DJed his ...
At "The Art of Survival," an observance of 9/11 in Sanders Theatre, speakers read excerpts from remarks and interviews recorded right after the September 11 attack ten years ago.
Homi K. Bhabha, director of the Mahindra Humanities Center, gives his opening remarks for “The Art of Survival,” an observation of the 10th anniversary of 9/11 through music, reading, and dance held in Sanders Theatre yesterday.
Professor Diana Eck moderates a panel discussion on the social, political, and religious implications of multi-faith spaces today in Fong Auditorium.