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Library Fun Lab: Mardi Gras Masks, Thu 2/23 and Fri 2/24

on What's New @ HHSL

by Katherine Morley

2 hours, 5 minutes ago

  Next Tuesday, February 28th is Mardi Gras, the culmination of the Carnival season. New Orleans is home to the most famous Mardi Gras festivities in the United States, but it is celebrated in a number of […]

Global Food+ 2017: 24 Speed Talks on the Nexus of Food, Agriculture, Environment, Health, and Society

on Food[at]Tufts

by Leah Cubanski

9 hours, 33 minutes ago

On Friday, February 24th, the Harvard Weatherhead Center for International Affairs will host an event called Global Food+ 2017. At the event, twenty-four Boston scholars will give 7-minute “speed talk” prese […]

The Godfather

on How Films Think - Willem's Posts

by Willem Zook

12 hours, 24 minutes ago

More often then not it feels like people are in a rush.  Often literally, like when a student briskly walks across campus to get to a class that started 5 minutes ago, but also, in more subtle ways.  Even when pe […]

How Films Think Syllabus

on How Films Think

by Thorunn Sigurdardottir

14 hours, 47 minutes ago

Monday 1/23 Introduction Wed 1/25 Orson Welles, Citizen Kane; Scorsese and Bazin from the header “A Few Preliminary Materials.” Monday 1/30 Orson Welles, Citizen Kane; Leff, “Reading Kane”; Metz, from the hea […]

How Climate Change Could Impact the U.S. Food Supply

on Tea & Climate Change Collaborative

by Eric R. Scott

16 hours, 33 minutes ago

Economist Sean Cash was interviewed for a segment on NPR affiliate KJZZ on how climate change and political factors might impact the U.S. food supply. Listen here.