“Little Fires Everywhere” is a slow burn of a novel.
Racha Kirakosian is an Assistant Professor of German and the Study of Religion. She teaches Religion 59: The Real Game of Thrones — Culture, Society, and Religion in the Middle Ages.
“Students would say, ‘Oh, this is like “Game of Thrones.’ And I would say ‘Well, if anything, it’s the other way around.’”
Graphic novelist and Pulitzer Prize-winner Art Spiegelman gives a talk in Sanders Theater called “Comix, Jews & Art? Dun't Esk!!”
“Eastwatch” shifts its sights away from the violence, and chooses to focus on the political landscapes of Westeros, and how the characters navigate their way through them.
This is the first episode in season seven that actually feels like a “Game of Thrones” episode.
Even though multiple plot points have been set in place, the series still feels like it’s struggling to find its speed.
The Penn defense swallows up sophomore running back Charlie Booker. The Quakers emerged victorious, 27-14.
Shayn A. Lozano ’18 is a volunteer for Harvard Square Homeless Shelter’s “Street Teams.”
The site of the old Charlesview, which is now owned by Harvard University, is still undergoing construction.
The Continuum apartment complex is located at the intersection of Western Ave and North Harvard St.
The Charlesview housing complex sits a few blocks down from Barry's Corner on Western Ave.
Barry's Corner today, at the intersection of Western Ave and North Harvard St in Allston.