In “Walden,” Henry David Thoreau asks, “Why do precisely these objects which we behold make a world?” This project by photographer Özdemir Vayısoğlu seeks to contrast the worlds created by two distinct generations of Harvard students mainly through objects they owned. Through pairs of photos, it illustrates how Harvard’s campus has transformed since the late 19th and early 20th century, reflecting the epistemological value of everyday objects we behold for understanding our ever-changing world with a historical perspective, and thereby, providing a visual archaeology of how material culture has changed Harvard over the last century.
The Spee Club apologized Thursday for party invitations that sparked controversy. The all-male final club said its party will still take place Saturday.
Evelynn M. Hammonds, shown speaking at the Harvard College Governance panel in a file photo from last November, is on a sabbatical leave after five years as dean of Harvard College.
On Sept. 28, disorderly conduct prompted police to ask Administrative Board Secretary John “Jay” L. Ellison to intervene at the Owl Club, pictured above.
An Unsatisfactory Grading System
Harvard Alumni Have Powered the Trump Administration
‘Unnecessary and Injurious:’ Harvard President Bacow Condemns DHS Proposal
Harvard Faculty Criticize Findings, Methodology in Charles Murray Webinar
The Other Chan: Donation Sanitization at the School of Public Health