Students at the Humanities Center’s “Teenage Wastelands” event on September 29 discussed works such as “The Hunger Games” that are not typically scrutinized with an academic eye.
Professor Linda Schlossberg, instructor of the popular Chick Lit course, discusses literature for the young adult reader and the difficulties of early adolescence.
The ancient Aztec recipe for hot chocolate gets its unexpected kick from the addition of chili peppers.
Catherine Lord ‘71, a visual artist, curator and professor of studio art at the Univeristy of Chicaogo seen here in conversation with actor John Lithgow ‘67, was honored yesterday with the 2010 Harvard Arts Medal Award.
Novelist and filmmaker Atiq Rahimi speaks about his writing and filmmaking, in both French and Persian, in Fong auditorium yesterday. Rahimi is creative adviser to Moby Group, Afghanistan’s largest media group.
Performers gather onstage at the conclusion of Eleganza, an annual celebration of diversity and the arts that benefits the Center for Teen Empowerment, a Boston-based charity.
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