For some of these artists, the task of creating an art piece that engages with its surroundings is an emotional journey.
Connie Yan explains how "Flipped" surpassed the typical teenage romance and taught her valuable lessons about social stigmatization.
We love Finale as much as the next person, but constantly kicking it Square-side can get a little dull. In the spirit of changing things up, we decided to visit three sweet eateries that are ever so slightly off the beaten path. Each is within fifteen minutes of the Yard, and well worth the minor trek. Let your sweet tooth spread its proverbial wings!
This year, the annually sold-out Identities fashion show will make some changes from past years. The show will now take place in Northwest Labs—certainly an unusual location for fashion—and will host a fashion competition.
THE CHALLENGE: Go vegan for a week (Monday-Friday only—denying ourselves Annenberg brunch was not an option)
Despite its moderately intriguing and suspenseful setup, “Dead” struggles with cheesy plot twists and ludicrous dialogue. The action sequences and the screenplay of the film are both lackluster, and the unfortunate combination of the two weighs down the movie, making “Dead” an extremely unpleasant viewing experience.
More than half of student organizations on campus are skewed towards single-gender leadership, according to a recent report on gender in leadership at the College. The report defines skewed leadership boards as those which are at least two-thirds male or two-thirds female.
A Mahler enthusiast, Boston Philharmonic Orchestra conductor Benjamin Zander has not conducted one of his favorite works—Mahler’s Symphony No. 2— in 40 years. On Sunday at Symphony Hall, he will rediscover the piece with the Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra.
One culinary question you'll never hear debated is where in the United States to go for a bagel. The supremacy of the New York bagel is a closed case—an accepted tenant of foodie-ism that is about as up for discussion as Avogadro's number. After I decided to come to Harvard, my mom bought me an enormous winter coat. But I was less concerned about Cambridge winters than I was about the prospect of being out of reach of a decent bagel. I went my entire first semester at college without attempting to fill the void. But positive experiences with Cambridge sushi and Cambridge pizza gave me a ray of hope. This week, Connie and I attempted to do the impossible: find a bagel worth eating within walking distance of Harvard Yard.
The centuries-old art of bookbinding has kept the volumes of Widener library in good health for years. But what else can the restorative craft do in the age of the e-book?
Conductor Benjamin Zander will once again lead BPO in performing Mahler’s Symphony No. 6.
A group of student and faculty presenters from the Boston area advocated investing in the brainpower of the Greece’s citizens to improve the troubled country’s economic outlook at an event Tuesday evening.
After spending 10 minutes at a welcome party for newly elected Undergraduate Council representatives two years ago, Jen Q. Y. Zhu ’14 quickly realized that she was the only female freshman in the room.