A memorial honors the one-year anniversary of Marielle Franco's killing in Brazil. Franco was a city councilor in Rio de Janeiro and an activist for women's and BGLTQ rights.
Sarah Newman has worked on multiple versions of the Moral Labyrinth, using varied mediums including blue and yellow spray chalk, sticky vinyl, and baking powder.
Sarah Newman shows the first version of the Moral Labyrinth, a series of ten foot red wall panels displayed in a Berlin museum. This interactive ethical and philosophical installation plays with ideas of permanence, interactivity, and space through its use of material.
In the analog version of "Secrets," a labeled wooden box in the center of a glass elevator in MIT's Media Lab asks passers-by to record a secret. Once the secret is deposited, a sensor in the box is triggers a voice to read a separate, pre-recorded secret aloud. This installation aimed to encourage viewers to consider the nature of secrets and privacy in an increasingly digitized world.
Sarah Newman, a Senior Researcher for metaLAB, describes her work as a Venn diagram in which the three circles are technology, art, and the humanities. She prefers the term "New Media" to "Digital Humanities," as she thinks it is more a more accurate depiction of metaLAB's work.
Curricle allows users to search for courses by keywords, departments professor networks, and learning styles. Through interactive visual graphics and knowledge networks, Curricle aims to make the course selection process more engaging for students.
metaLAB's most recent project, Curricle, is a new and interactive course guide for Harvard students. Curricle is "a platform of digital tools that maps the Harvard curriculum through elegant data visualizations."
Professor Williams came to Harvard for a launching event at the Japanese Studies Forum.
The Smith Campus Center has policies that prohibit individuals from sleeping in its common spaces.
This year's Hasty Pudding book writers, Michael Perusse ('20) and Max Weiss ('20), talk about their favorite lines from "France France Revolution."
Petali flower shop in Cambridge rang in Valentine's day with thematic pink-and-red floral arrangements.
The Bauhaus exhibit opens at Harvard Art Museum.
Petali owner John Selletto proudly displays his one-of-a-kind heart-shaped roses.
Jack J. Lew '78, former Secretary of the Treasury and Chief of Staff under President Obama, and Noah R. Feldman '92, a Law School professor, held a discussion about identity, faith, and public responsibility at Harvard Law School.