Anneli L. Tostar
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.
The Harvard Ballet Company works to bring Fitzgerald’s words to the stage. The show was performed at Farkas Hall this weekend and will go on tour later this year.
Members of the Ballet Company stagger during the show. Their performance was modeled after F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel.
Dancers kick the air while performing in the Harvard Ballet Company’s adaptation of “Gatsby.”
Philanthropists Eli and Edythe Broad have donated $100 million to their namesake institute for biomedical research, the pair announced on Thursday. The gift brings the Broads’ total contribution to the institute to $700 million since its initial launch in 2003, according to a press release.
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.
Students discussed the problems behind appropriation of culture and identity in Halloween costumes. The event was put on by the Harvard College Sustained Dialogue group and kick-started their "De-Stereotype Me" week.
Halloween candy distributed at the Sustained Dialogue conversation about insensitive Halloween costumes.
After a weekend of Halloween festivities and with more trick-or-treating on the horizon, students gathered on Tuesday night not to discuss their party plans, but rather what they described as a problematic narrative behind insensitive Halloween costumes.
Some men grow mustaches as a display of masculinity. Others do it as a way to change their image or conform to urban style trends. But for the men of Harvard’s medical community, growing a mustache is about raising awareness and money for men’s health.
President Bill Clinton speaks about the importance of recognizing our similarities in fostering human and environmental well-being. Clinton and his daughter, Chelsea Clinton, were honored by the Harvard School of Public Health on Thursday for their efforts to further public health, including among other things the distribution of AIDS medication.