Alexander W. Tam
The Harvard Crimson talks with Walter Isaacson about his latest biography, detailing the life of revolutionary gene-editing scientist, Jennifer Doudna.
Spielberg retells Lincoln's story in a refreshing manner, capturing his life as both a national icon and as a private man. Perhaps in tacit acknowledgement of Lincoln’s historical magnitude, Spielberg's two-and-a-half hour epic covers just the final months of Lincoln’s life and presidency.
Travelling from the mundane to the philosophical, the serious to the whimsical, “Weather” reflects on the times and its effect on those who live in it.
The same playlist of songs by the same crooning artists, played on the radio over and over again. Yet there’s much more to ring in the holidays!
The arts, of course, were not oblivious to the times. In fact, they took on a central role as symbols of, responses to, or celebrations of the moment. Today, they are monuments to their time.
The many elements of design — design as art, design in service of utility, designing an exhibition — took center stage for the Harvard Art Museum’s Curatorial Innovations Lecture.