Makeda Best began her journey to Harvard as an aspiring lawyer. This would not be surprising, but as the new curator of photography at the Harvard Art Museums, she has taken paths that have led her far from her original plan.
Photographer Katy Grannan premiere's her first feature film, "The Nine," at the Carpenter Center for Visual Arts.
While music fans are snatching up tickets for this spring’s Boston Calling, some Allston residents are worried about the foot traffic the music festival will bring to their neighborhood.
As part of a community benefits package negotiated with the Boston Planning & Development Agency, Harvard will spend up to $3.5 million constructing two bicycle and pedestrian crossings over Soldiers Field Road in North Allston-Brighton.
While Harvard's library digitization efforts have presented new opportunities for scholars to access and preserve sources for posterity, they have also brought their own set of challenges.
Woven together from five separate one-act plays, “Songs of the Harlem River” comprised a thorough exploration of black culture as it evolved from the Harlem Renaissance.
Executive orders from the Massachusetts and Boston city governments allowing and regulating autonomous vehicle testing in state could ultimately improve road safety, experts say.
Representatives from NASA, Space Systems Loral, and SpaceX discussed the future of laws governing outer space during a panel at the Law School Wednesday.
Concerned by the dining hall worker strike’s impact on House life, Faculty Deans and House committees are hosting food and community events for students.
Latin Grammy award-winning pianist Gabriela Montero fused art and politics at a 50th anniversary celebration Monday for Laspau, a Harvard-affiliated nonprofit that promotes higher education in the Americas.
Stevie Wonder tunes, Latin dances, and jazzy melodies reverberated through Sanders Theatre among snaps and nodding heads as Béla Fleck and Victor Wooten strummed away on Saturday night.
Miranda Sings has captured the hearts and laughs of audiences worldwide. The YouTube channel featuring Colleen Ballinger’s idiosyncratic character has attracted over 1.1 billion views and 7 million subscribers as of this month.
Kendra K. Albert, an affiliate of Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, urged audience members to examine critically the use of legal terminology in casual settings outside the court of law.
Two Kennedy School of Government students advocated for more innovations aimed at engaging the public in local politics and shared their experiences working at the municipal level Friday afternoon.
The Harvard Crimson interviews acclaimed composer Leo B. Birenberg, who scores for film and television.