Knead Doughnuts of Providence, RI hosted a doughnut pop-up shop in Cambridge last Saturday, selling a variety of flavors including Vanilla Glazed, Sour Cream Old Fashioned, and Pumpkin Spice.
Matthew L. Potts, Associate Professor of Religion and Literature and of Ministry Studies at Harvard Divinity School, is interested in how "Jesus Is King", Kanye West's new album, "plays with a tension in Christianity between the high and the low, the sacred and the mundane."
Regarding the popularity of the event, Tucker G. Brown, Knead Doughnut's representative at the event, noted "There was a line outside before we opened, and then there was not one break in between."
Bathsheba Demuth, Assistant Professor of History and Environment and Society at Brown University, spoke Wednesday evening about the ethics of human interaction with whales and the consequences the actions humans take.
During her keynote conversation, Angela Y. Davis said: "Who can imagine keeping that impulse to fight for freedom alive, generation after generation, after generation, handing it down. To me, that is the blackness with which I identify."
Since February 2001, Jessica Cundiff has worked as a Curatorial Associate in the Verterbrae Paleontology at the Museum of Comparative Zoology, working on projects including a collection renovation, a website redesign, and the digitization of collections data.
Jason Mitchell, a social psychologist in the Department of Psychology, teaches a popular General Education course titled "The Science of Happiness", in which students review historical and cross-cultural views on the meaning of “happiness” and discuss the limitations of scientific approaches to the topic.
Angela Y. Davis delivered the keynote conversation with Neferti X. M. Tadiar at “Radical Commitments”, a conference hosted by the Radcliffe Center, using Davis’s life and work to incite discussion on the tradition of activism in the 20th century.
Garrett W. O'Brien, a contributing writer for the Fifteen Minutes magazine, attempts to execute the meal plan presented in a book called "The Harvard Square Diet."
Harvard's “Celebration of Scholarships” dinner is held each spring, and was most recently held in Annenberg.
Economics professor Karen E. Dynan served as Chief Economist at the U.S. Department of the Treasury from 2014 to 2017.
Derek Kopon, an astrophysicist and engineer at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, is running for Cambridge City Council.
Office of Career Services Director Robin I. Mount and her colleagues watched financial markets closely throughout the winter and spring of 2009.
Paul G. Sullivan reads an edition of the Harvard Crimson's newspaper, the daily that Pete Buttigieg wrote a regular column for during his years as a student.