The Sundance Institute, the organization which also runs the annual independent film festival of the same name, seeks to fund documentaries which engage with a variety of contentious contemporary issues.
Though vuvuzelas were banned before having an opportunity to potentially become a Game Day tradition, they won’t soon be forgotten given that the Harvard University Archives added a vuvuzela to its permanent collection earlier this month.
"Client 9" is satisfyingly entertaining and informative, but it never makes good on the promise of Greek tragedy.
Harvard Law School Professor Noah R. Feldman ’92 discussed his new book, which explores the battling personalities of four Supreme Court Justices appointed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt ’04, at the Law School Wednesday night.
The double bass doesn’t usually get the solos in jazz, but it was this instrument that took center stage during ...
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The Nigerian-American writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie once warned about the danger of telling “a single story of Africa.”
“Buzzard” sounds like an unsatisfying middle ground between the Margot of old and their new approach.
Cars and pedestrians may still dominate the hectic streets of Harvard Square, but it’s the bicycle that will have the right of way at the Boston Bicycle Film Festival (BFF).