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A Harvard Education: Family Edition

Most Harvard students only see their parents on holidays and family weekends. William M. Lese '20, however, sees his mother, a Master of Public Administration candidate at the Harvard Kennedy School, at least weekly.


Fermentophone Rosenstock

Rosenstock shows the crowd how the microbes in a jar of beer make music as part of his artist talk at the Museum of Natural History.


Sophie Yarin Hassle flea

Sophie L. Yarin, the editor-in-chief of Boston Hassle hopes the flea market is able to provide "affordable art by people, for the people."


A Valentine’s Day Eve Self Love Potion

It’s the night before Valentine’s Day, and I’m in the trendy Somerville event space Warehouse XI. Tonight, it houses the Boston Women’s Market Self Love Potion, which boasts a mocktail bar and about ten vendors selling clothes, jewelry, and skincare products. I note the t-shirts that say “feminist” in cursive lettering.


Boston Women's market period

Katie Y. Diasti is the Founder & CEO of Viv for Your V. Viv for Your V offers sustainable pads and liners made from bamboo and corn fiber packaged in aesthetically pleasing boxes.


boston women's market

The Boston Women’s Market Self Love Potion was held in an event space Warehouse XI at Somerville. The market boasts a mocktail bar and about ten vendors selling clothes, jewelry, and skincare products.


Harvard’s Hidden Staff Artists

During their free time, many Harvard staff members enjoying creating art and music. For the first time ever, there is an event where staff members can present their art at the Smith Campus Center Staff Arts Show.


Give a Girl a Sword and She’ll Ask for a Battalion

When Twombly first looked up “sword fighting” on a whim and joined the Boston Armizare, she was the only woman in the club. She was determined to bring her hobby to a wider audience, however, and set out to show other women that they, too, can enjoy martial arts.


Jack Staid at the Staff Art Show

Jack Staid, who works at HUHS, was one of the participating artists at the Staff Art Show Wednesday at the Smith Campus Center. He has been playing the piano for 20 years and played three songs during the exhibition.


Staff Art Show

The Staff Art Show was a showcase of art pieces by Harvard staff members. The works ranged from paintings and photographs to objects and live performances.


Give a girl a sword - group

Esfinges is the first female international HEMA network, created to unite and support female martial artists and encourage and assist more women in taking up the practice of Historical European Martial Arts.


Leon C. Welch

Leon C. Welch, an HUHS employee, was one of the participating artists at the Staff Art Show. He hopes the show will foster more meaningful interaction between staff, students, and faculty.


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