Living Anatomy: Housing in Urban Contexts
One exhibit of Living Anatomy showcases innovative solutions in urban contexts. Drawing from projects and research produced by GSD faculty, students, and alumni, Living Anatomy showcases approaches and solutions to housing.
Living Anatomy: Themes
The Living Anatomy exhibit is organized around a set of six themes that capture a glimpse of the conversations about housing happening at the GSD and among professional designers.
Living Anatomy: Critique
Drawing from projects and research produced by GSD faculty, students, and alumni, Living Anatomy showcases approaches and solutions to housing.
The Harvard men's volleyball team, shown in a previous contest against Sacred Heart, finished its season Wednesday after losing in the EIVA tournament to George Mason
Robert Pietrusko stands amongst his exhibit “Six Microphones,” during its reception at the Carpenter Center on Saturday afternoon. The exhibit explores the role of audio feedback in the relationship between sound, space, and the body.
Stressbusting and Smoothies
Esther Jeon '18 rolls cookie dough at the Wellness Study Break on Thursday evening. Students flowed into the Harvard College Women’s Center to drink smoothies and receive massages from Stressbusters.
Ishmael Khaldi on the importance of minorities in Israel
Ishmael Khaldi details some of his own experiences of being a Muslim Bedouin minority in Israel and being the first Bedouin diplomat in the Israeli Foreign Ministry. Khaldi discussed the significance of being a minority and their rights in Israel.