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Austin And An Apple
Fifteen Questions

Austin And An Apple

Austin B. Weber '19 snacks on an apple in Harvard Yard.

21 Colorful Crimson
On Campus

15 Minutes with 21 Colorful Crimson

On a campus where most things are triangulated within four dimensions of irony, 21CC’s earnestness combines with genuine musicality to create what serious music critics call a “bop.”

Anh Tran
Conversations

The Not-Nun in Mather House

“I was so adamant. I needed to become a nun. The monastic life was captivating to me.”

Anh Tran
Conversations

Anh Tran

Mather House tutor Anh Tran speaks with FM about her years as a monastic nun.

Ben Schatz TOC
Conversations

Ben Schatz TOC

Benjamin H. Schatz '81 dressed in drag for the Hasty Pudding Parade during his freshman year.

Ben Schatz
Conversations

Ben Schatz

Benjamin H. Schatz '81 gives United Nations Secretary General Kurt Waldheim a tour of Harvard in 1981.

21 Colorful Crimson
Conversations

21 Colorful Crimson

Bertram C. Watson Jr. '21 and other members of 21 Colorful Crimson performed at Yardfest 2018 in April.

GSD
Conversations

Hey Professor: Toni L. Griffin

FM sat down with Griffin at her new exhibit in Gund Library, “Design for the Just City,” named after her popular class, to discuss justice in urban environments including Cambridge.

Aurora Straus
Conversations

Aurora Straus

Wrangham vs Lieberman
Science

Wrangham vs Lieberman

Richard W. Wrangham and Daniel E. Lieberman discuss the role of heat in human deveopment.

Kiera O'Brien
Harvard Republican Club

Kiera O'Brien

Kiera E. O'Brien '20 is the president of the Harvard Republican Club.

Aurora Straus
Conversations

Shifting Gears

It didn’t take long for Straus—4’9, 13 years old, and a woman—to realize she didn’t fit into racing’s most common demographic. She says a comment from a well-meaning instructor almost made her quit.

Along the Charles River
Conversations

Along the Charles River

Lawrence S. Bacow and Fifteen Minutes Magazine writer Luke W. Xu '20 run along the Charles River on a rainy Marathon Monday.

Moira Weigel
Conversations

Moira G. Weigel ’07 on the “Tinder Apocalypse”

“Labor of Love” is a feminist materialist history of dating. I was interested in how dating as a social practice intersects with the economy, with technology, with other aspects—all the forces that shape our social lives. The basic thesis of the book is that courtship practices are deeply entwined with the economy—and dating in particular emerges at the same time as new forms of consumer capitalism around 1900.

Wrangham vs Lieberman
Conversations

It Takes Two: Richard W. Wrangham and Daniel E. Lieberman

Heat is not just the exogenous heat we create when we cook, but the heat we generate with our metabolism. The fire within us is very important.

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