Going Vertical is based on real events that occurred in the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, focusing on a legendary final battle between the Soviet and US basketball teams. Directed by Anton Megerdichev (2017). Running time 2 hours 13 minutes. Russian language film with English subtitles.
Join the Harvard Museum of Natural History for a public lecture with Harmit Malik, Principal Investigator at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
Human genomes are ancient battlegrounds of arms races waged between viruses and their hosts for millions of years. Just as historians reconstruct battlefields to better understand historical battles, evolutionary biologists and virologists can reconstruct how ancient viruses affected their hosts by analyzing their “fossil” remains in our genomes. Paleovirology is the study of such extinct viruses. Harmit Malik will discuss...
Dana Greenhouse Classroom, Arnold Arboretum, 125 Arborway, Boston
Enhance your garden! Join Manager of Plant Production Tiffany Enzenbacher to learn how to propagate woody plants from fall cuttings. Students will collect and stick cuttings of several taxa (Ilex and Rhododendron to name a few), and will take their propagules home. After rooting, small plants may be ready to transplant as early as next year. Post-class nurturing will be required.
Fee for all materials is included in the cost of the class. Students should bring their own pruners to class.
Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Knafel Center, 10 Garden Street, Cambridge
In this lecture, Zimbabwean writer and educator Neal Hovelmeier shares publicly for the first time his lived experience as a gay man in a deeply homophobic environment. A year after his decision to come out made him a target of focused public outcry—including death threats—and forced him to resign from his job at a top Zimbabwean school, Hovelmeier will share his insights about how people living on the margins of society struggle to use their voices against the forces that seek to silence them.
Designer, filmmaker, and writer Walé Oyéjidé, Esq., will screen and discuss his short documentary After Migration: Calabria (2020), with Harvard professor Teju Cole. The film celebrates the lives of refugees through fashion design, filmmaking, and photography, and Oyéjidé and Cole will discuss the impacts that transcendent storytelling can have on the lives of those who are commonly shown as victims.
Before the lecture, guests are invited to view the ...
CGIS South Building, Room S020 (Belfer Case Study Room), 1730 Cambridge St., Cambridge
Please join the Davis Center for a talk with author Serhii Plokhii about his new book, Forgotten Bastards of the Eastern Front: American Airmen Behind Soviet Lines and the Collapse of the Grand Alliance, which tells the story of the U.S. Air Force establishing bases in Soviet Ukraine in order to "shuttle bomb" the Germans from the Eastern Front. In conversation with historian Nina Tumarkin and with Thomas Holzman, whose father, Franklyn Holzman, figures in the book. Franklyn Holzman served on the Eastern Front in World War II, completed graduate work in Soviet economics at...
Harvard Men’s Basketball will match up against Maine at Lavietes Pavilion for the Harvard Invite. The first 100 students to show up to the game will receive a Harvard rally towel. The game will be streamed on ESPN+
Cost: $15 for Bleacher tickets; $20 for Chairback tickets
Bright-Landry Hockey Center, 65 N. Harvard St., Allston
Harvard Men’s Hockey takes on Quinnipiac for their featured game at Bright-Landry Hockey Center. For the featured game's camo night theme, there will be a giveaway for Harvard Hockey camo bracelets. The game will be streamed on ESPN+.
Harvard Men’s Swimming and Diving will match up against Duke and Texas A&M, and Harvard Women's Swimming and Diving will face off against Duke, at Blodgett Pool. For the featured game, the first 100 Harvard students to show up will receive a Harvard Water bottle. The game will be streamed on ESPN+.
Harvard Women’s Basketball will face off against California at Lavietes Pavilion. For the featured game, the first 50 Harvard students to show up will receive a camo hat. The game will be streamed on ESPN+.
The ArtLab presents Claire Chase's Density 2036, part vi. A recital of new music commissioned for flute featuring Constellation Chor, the New York City based vocal performance ensemble.
2019 marks the is sixth year of Claire Chase's Density 2036, a 23-year project to commission an entirely new body of repertory for solo flute each year until the 100th anniversary of Edgard Varèse’s groundbreaking 1936 flute solo, Density 21.5.
Claire Chase will perform new works by Olga Neuwirth, Phyllis Chen, Pamela Z, Nathan David, Marcos Balter and Sarah Hennies...
Join the Harvard Museum of Natural History for a public lecture with Susan Alberts, Robert F. Durden Professor of Biology and Evolutionary Anthropology at Duke University.
The social environment—both in early life and adulthood—has major effects on human health and survival. But how and why does the social environment get “under the skin” to also affect our physical health? Susan Alberts pursues this question by studying wild baboons in Kenya. Baboons, like humans, evolved as savannah dwellers. They rely on social relationships to solve problems and—like humans...