“Heard at Harvard” is a new podcast series from the Harvard Gazette featuring lively, timely conversations with leading scholars on topics in art, culture, science, politics, and more. 76 more words
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Last spring, Harvard President Drew Faust joined with Civil Rights icon and U.S. Rep. John Lewis to affix a plaque on Harvard’s Wadsworth House in honor of Titus, Venus, Bilhah, and Juba, who lived and worked there as enslaved persons during the presidencies of Benjamin Wadsworth and Edward Holyoke in the 1700s. 1,873 more words
MIAMI — Shaunte Butler’s mother never missed an opportunity to remind her daughter of the pivotal importance of a strong education.
“She always told us, me and my brother, that college was the key to success and a better life,” said Butler, who took that sage advice and ran with it. 1,052 more words
Say it right: Nelly Furtado is back with a new single.
Nearly five years after the release of her 2012 LP The Spirit Indestructible, the 38-year-old singer-songwriter is teasing a fresh sound for her upcoming sixth studio venture, … 240 more words