Doris Reina-Landaverde’s Vision of Solidarity

Today, some of Reina-Landaverde’s colleagues call her the most powerful organizer at Harvard. It’s not hard to see why — in addition to working to consolidate union power around the University, she is also the face of one of the most visible immigrants’ rights organizations on campus, the Harvard TPS Coalition, which advocates for workers who hold Temporary Protected Status.

A Reel in Gray

I tell myself that film photography, through its materiality and delayed gratification, connects me more meaningfully to other people than digital communication can — as if I’m subversive because I can hold a moment in time in my hand, rather than degrade it on a screen.




The Path Less Taken: Tyler Ott ‘14’s Road to First NFL Pro Bowl Selection

This NFL season marks the first time that two Harvard football alumni have been selected to the Pro Bowl (the NFL’s all-star contest) in the same year. Harvard tight end and pro fullback Kyle Juszczyk ‘13 of the San Francisco 49ers and Ott of the Seattle Seahawks—former teammates—earned selections to “play” virtually in the Pro Bowl this Sunday, January 31.

‘A Silver Lining’: Studio and Performing Arts Concentrators Experience Obstacles, Fulfillment in Producing Senior Theses Remotely

For seniors pursuing theses in studio and performing arts concentrations, the show must go on.

Dean of Students Expresses Goal for 'Fully Operational' College in Fall 2021

Looking ahead to the next semester, Dean of Students Katherine G. O’Dair said her office aspires to “have as normal a fall as we can” in a Monday interview.

Bloomberg Donates $150 Million for New Center for Cities

The gift is the second major donation Bloomberg Philanthropies — the philanthropic organization run by former New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg — has given to Harvard in the last decade. Bloomberg, a graduate of Harvard Business School, previously funded the creation of the Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative, which provides training to mayors across the country.



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TDM Invites Alison Kobayashi to Speak on Methodology, Archives, and Imagining Differently

Ultimately, Kobayashi’s artistic philosophy of letting the material guide the process is “core to what TDM is trying to do,” said James P. Stanley.

Portrait of An Artist: Robert Ouyang Rusli

Robert Ouyang Rusli is an Asian American musician and film composer. They scored Shatara Michelle Ford’s meditative, haunting debut film “Test Pattern,” which is available for rent now in Kino Lorber virtual cinemas.

What the Hell Happened: JoJo Siwa vs. DaBaby?

In DaBaby’s recently released “Beatbox ‘Freestyle’,” the rapper seemingly takes a swing at 17-year-old YouTube superstar JoJo Siwa.

Movie Trailer Breakdown: ‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’

Ahead of the release of “Zack Snyder’s Justice League,” a director's cut re-release of the 2017 film “Justice League,” on March 18, HBO Max dropped a new trailer.


The Path Less Taken: Tyler Ott ‘14’s Road to First NFL Pro Bowl Selection

This NFL season marks the first time that two Harvard football alumni have been selected to the Pro Bowl (the NFL’s all-star contest) in the same year. Harvard tight end and pro fullback Kyle Juszczyk ‘13 of the San Francisco 49ers and Ott of the Seattle Seahawks—former teammates—earned selections to “play” virtually in the Pro Bowl this Sunday, January 31.

Former Crimson Infielder Peter Woodfork ‘99 Reflects on His Path from Harvard Baseball to Overseeing Minor League Operations

“At Harvard, as both an athlete and a student, it was a really positive experience. And I knew I wanted to stay involved in the game.”

A Whole New Ballgame

For Jaren Zinn ‘21, it is all about maximizing the opportunities that he has. That is why the 6’4” right-handed pitcher is taking a leave of absence this semester, choosing instead to live and train in Allston, Mass., with a few of his teammates. Zinn hopes that by focusing on baseball this semester, he can make the most of his remaining two years of eligibility with Harvard Baseball.

Brate '14 Set to Appear in Super Bowl LV, Marking Back-to-Back Years with Harvard Alum in Game

Cameron Brate, tight end for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, is set to become just the sixth Crimson alum to play in the Super Bowl. Harvard has now been represented on the biggest stage two consecutive years, thanks to its increasing talent, especially at the tight end position.


TDM Invites Alison Kobayashi to Speak on Methodology, Archives, and Imagining Differently

Ultimately, Kobayashi’s artistic philosophy of letting the material guide the process is “core to what TDM is trying to do,” said James P. Stanley.

Portrait of An Artist: Robert Ouyang Rusli

Robert Ouyang Rusli is an Asian American musician and film composer. They scored Shatara Michelle Ford’s meditative, haunting debut film “Test Pattern,” which is available for rent now in Kino Lorber virtual cinemas.

What the Hell Happened: JoJo Siwa vs. DaBaby?

In DaBaby’s recently released “Beatbox ‘Freestyle’,” the rapper seemingly takes a swing at 17-year-old YouTube superstar JoJo Siwa.

Movie Trailer Breakdown: ‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’

Ahead of the release of “Zack Snyder’s Justice League,” a director's cut re-release of the 2017 film “Justice League,” on March 18, HBO Max dropped a new trailer.


The Path Less Taken: Tyler Ott ‘14’s Road to First NFL Pro Bowl Selection

This NFL season marks the first time that two Harvard football alumni have been selected to the Pro Bowl (the NFL’s all-star contest) in the same year. Harvard tight end and pro fullback Kyle Juszczyk ‘13 of the San Francisco 49ers and Ott of the Seattle Seahawks—former teammates—earned selections to “play” virtually in the Pro Bowl this Sunday, January 31.

Former Crimson Infielder Peter Woodfork ‘99 Reflects on His Path from Harvard Baseball to Overseeing Minor League Operations

“At Harvard, as both an athlete and a student, it was a really positive experience. And I knew I wanted to stay involved in the game.”

A Whole New Ballgame

For Jaren Zinn ‘21, it is all about maximizing the opportunities that he has. That is why the 6’4” right-handed pitcher is taking a leave of absence this semester, choosing instead to live and train in Allston, Mass., with a few of his teammates. Zinn hopes that by focusing on baseball this semester, he can make the most of his remaining two years of eligibility with Harvard Baseball.

Brate '14 Set to Appear in Super Bowl LV, Marking Back-to-Back Years with Harvard Alum in Game

Cameron Brate, tight end for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, is set to become just the sixth Crimson alum to play in the Super Bowl. Harvard has now been represented on the biggest stage two consecutive years, thanks to its increasing talent, especially at the tight end position.