Ginny C. Fahs
This year's student activists, many of whom participated in Occupy Harvard in fall 2011, say they have a complicated relationship with the old movement. They have simultaneously exploited the consciousness and connections that emerged on campus as a result of Occupy Harvard while trying to improve on the shortcomings of last year’s activism. In doing so, they have gained what Occupy Harvard never could—the support of students and administrators.
In January 2014 Menino will step down from the Boston mayorship, a post he has held since 1993. The city’s longest-serving mayor, Menino has collaborated with Harvard through four serving presidents, land purchases in Allston, and the rise of online education.
It started with a ukulele. Tom Rush ’63-64 was ten when his cousin Beau taught him how to play. Rush says that his prior five years of piano lessons had been torture, but on the ukulele, he had fun. Soon, Rush graduated to the baritone ukulele, an instrument that “felt pretty manly” compared to its predecessor, and before long he was strumming a guitar.
Responding effectively to questions of mental health necessitates an in-depth, comparative approach. Programs and policies implemented at peer schools, in addition to input from mental health experts across the nation, shed light on the status of Harvard’s own mental health practices.
Compline: root, Latin: complentorium; the completion of a working day. The chapel opens its mouth to believers, flinging open its cavernous sanctuary to usher in the night and its children for worship. And the children come: faces glowing and slanted down, boots knocking on the wooden floor with each step
The MBTA worker who sweeps the platform at the Andrew T stop is dressed for the occasion: He wears a ...
On March 11, FM sat down with National Public Radio journalist and host Melissa J. Block ’83 before her lecture, ...
The memories of Housing Day morning can only be contained in blasts of experience. You’ll wake to discordant chants around the John Harvard statue. You’ll watch triumphant Houses taking laps around the Yard.
In 2013, the national debate regarding the equality of women in the workplace still rages.
I have always wanted a secret admirer. In high school my friend Millie had one. As we were assembling our ...
Activists gather in the Harvard Square Pit for a Tibet Freedom Vigil every Wednesday.
It’s day 29 of being home for winter break, and I am starting to get a taste of what it’s going to take to become a real woman living in the real world. I have high hopes of eventually being employed someday. If it happens, it will be magical.
6:35 p.m. An old man sits and hums to himself in the Pit by the Harvard T-stop. Resting on his ...
On Thursday evening, the Harvard Club of Georgia and the Harvard Black Alumni Society hosted the Kwanzaa Party, an annual alumni event that organizers say is unique to Atlanta.