The Office of the President and the University’s Office for Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging officially launched a joint initiative called the Harvard Culture Lab Innovation Fund, the University announced in an email Wednesday.
Harvard’s Center for Middle Eastern Studies was one of the first centers to receive funding under Title VI of President Dwight D. Eisenhower's National Defense Education Act, which provided federal funding to educational programs that sought to benefit national security and U.S. economic interests.
Harvard Theater, Dance, and Media lecturer Remo F. Airaldi '85 has appeared in more than sixty productions at the American Repertory Theatre since 1993.
The Kuumba Singers of Harvard College clap and sing during a weekly rehearsal. Founded in 1970, Kuumba, the oldest existing Black organization at Harvard College, will celebrate its 50th anniversary this year.
The W. E. B. Du Bois medal recognizes individuals who have made “significant contributions” to African and African American history and culture, according to a press release. The honorees will be recognized at an awards ceremony on Oct. 22 in Sanders Theatre.
Remo F. Airaldi '85, a Harvard lecturer on Theater, Dance, and Media, teaches his weekly improv class, TDM 120: "What's so Funny?: Introduction to Improvisational Comedy."
Harvard Law School student Jason Colin sings and dances during a Kuumba Singers of Harvard College rehearsal.
“It is a victory for the diversity … that, I think, contributes significantly to our excellence,” Faculty of Arts and Sciences Dean Gay said at a faculty meeting, to thunderous applause. “If it was a cloudy day to start, hopefully it's ending with a few more bits of sun.”
Ruha Benjamin, Khalil G. Muhammad, Latoya Peterson, and Joan Donovan discuss race, technology, media, and policy at the IOP on Wednesday evening.
The panelists at the event — dubbed “The Politics of Difference: Race, Technology, and Inclusion” — discussed a variety of topics, ranging from targeted advertising in social media to video game “culture wars.”
Some international students at Harvard report confronting additional hurdles in visa processing under Trump administration policies, complicating their efforts to get to campus, study abroad, and work over the summer.
After attending Hippie Camp in tenth grade, Fifteen Minutes writer Maya H. McDougall '22 said she discovered her obsession with tie-dye.
A Bacon Truck employee hands a customer their order at the truck's Dewey Square location Sunday afternoon.
The Bacon Truck travels the Greater Boston Area throughout the week serving a variety of bacon-based items, from the classic B.L.T. to chocolate bacon truffles.