The city of Cambridge is planning to rename two streets near Cambridge Crossing, located in East Cambridge, after two prominent female African American activists with ties to the city.
“I've wanted to change the world since I can remember,” he informs us. “This is something printed in my heart.”
Considering the hustle and bustle of the convention, it’s hard to believe that as recently as 2000, creating body art of any kind was illegal in the state of Massachusetts.
Harvard has experienced a recent decline in English and humanities concentrators, a trend mirrored nationwide. So what made this particular literature class such a staple of the course catalog, some thirty years ago? And what might its absence suggest about the changing nature of literature classes on campus?