Mollie Thurman is one of the lead scientists at BioBus.
The silver, state-of-the-art airstream trailer is located outside Pierce Hall.
BioBus has been travelling around Cambridge visiting schools.
Striving to meet Nakazato’s — and his own — high standards, Everard made more than 5,000 plates during his first six months of apprenticeship. Most were destroyed before they reached the kiln, and their clay was recycled for later use. Every piece that enters the kiln must be perfect.
The City Council Housing Committee held a meeting Tuesday to discuss the proposed Affordable Housing Overlay. Mayor Marc McGovern speaks to to the council on the issues at hand.
More than 900 attendees flocked to the fifth annual Brazil Conference hosted at Harvard and MIT this weekend featuring Vice President of Brazil Hamilton M. Mourão and former Brazilian president Fernando H. Cardoso, among other high-profile speakers.
The Harvard Palestine Solidarity Committee hosted Israeli Apartheid Week this past week, aiming to raise awareness for Palestinians who “suffer brutal occupation and oppression,” according to the week’s Facebook page.
“Whenever trees come down around campus, I try to be the first one there,” Smith says. “People text me when they hear chainsaws.”
Alan Hark uses his hands to sand the outside of one of his students' wooden bowls, made of Black Cherry, as it spins on the lathe.
Alan Hark uses a bevel-rubbing push cut to shape a student's Bigleaf maple bowl.
Wood shavings fly in the air as Jack B. Smith '19 hollows out the inside of his wooden bowl.
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