Grace Z. Li is the Arts Chair for the 145th guard. She can be reached at email@example.com. Follow her on Twitter @gracezhali.
At some point in the year, we realized that we weren’t just “Crimson friends,” but actual friends.
Alternatively titled: “I Went to College and All I Got Was This English Major’s Tote Bag and a Lot of Bad Movie Ideas.” Put that on a t-shirt.
Painted by Annie J. Liang, a former Harvard Graduate School of Design student, "Harvard Works 2.0" is a portrait series located in the Science Center about University workers.
“Harvard Works 2.0” is an eight-part portrait series on exhibition in the Science Center that highlights the work of Harvard's custodial and security staff.
Yuleyca Ortiz, the security supervisor at the Graduate School of Design and one of the subjects of the series.
A Harvard sophomore practices techniques learned in a self-defense class for women of color, hosted by the Harvard Islamic Society.
But “Royals” broke through 2013’s dystopian escapism with a voice that was resolutely proud of being from the suburbs, despite it claiming otherwise.
Hip-hop and reggae artist Letia Larok performs at the 26th Cambridge Carnival International, a festival celebrating African and Caribbean traditions in Kendall Square.
“In Retrospect” is our first ever Arts summer supplement.
Ajna's Berklee roots are why a relatively new band with just one EP was able to perform at the main stage at Outside Lands, San Francisco’s largest music festival.
“Crazy Rich Asians” is a step forward in the right direction, even if it stumbles a little bit along the way.
“We’re going through mono as a country,” Jonathan Van Ness said at San Francisco’s Outside Lands music festival.
Whether she intends to create it or not, Welch’s concert experience is much like that of a spiritual one, one where the devotion is to the music than a specific religion.