Thanks to an art installation at the Harvard Museum of Natural History, the moa—extinct since the 14th century—is making a reappearance.
Experts looked at connections between environmental protection and workers' rights and honored a fellow panelist for her work promoting safer conditions in nail salons.
Thursday's hour-long event, called “Double Take: Stories That Make You Think Twice,” provided a venue for performers to speak openly about their personal experiences and struggles.
During the conversation at the Law School, Mary T.W. Robinson emphasized the need for international policies promoting sustainability.
A little over a month ago, a piece of art from a six-piece installation created by Pforzheimer tutor Omobolaji O. Ogunsola ’10 was stolen from its Moors Hall home.
Their project, which sends postcards to individuals around the world containing idyllic photos of Donetsk, Ukraine juxtaposed with death notices, has sought to raise awareness of lost lives in Ukraine.
Harvard Graduate School of Education and the Harvard Kennedy School’s Middle East Initiative celebrated Palestinian schoolteacher Hanan Al Hroub as the second recipient of the Global Teacher Prize in a discussion Thursday night.
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