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Nicole L. Guo

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Books

Ya-Wen Lei Discusses China’s Techno-Developmental State and Consequences for the Working Class

Lei’s latest novel delves into China’s burgeoning techno-developmental regime and the grim consequences it holds for the strained working class.

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College

‘A Life-Saving Therapy’: Students Organize Blood Drive with Mass General Bloodmobile

In response to the ongoing nationwide blood shortage, the Harvard Undergraduate Premedical Society held a blood drive in partnership with the Massachusetts General Hospital this Tuesday. MGH’s bloodmobile collected donations in the Littauer Center parking lot.

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Arts

Lost & Found: Masterpieces of the Art World

What does it mean for an item to sit unwanted for decades only to be sold for millions after resurfacing?

So You Want to Listen to K-indie

Music

So You Want to Listen to K-indie

K-pop may be taking the world by storm, but K-indie deserves just as much love.

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Arts

Fall into Harvard: Autumnal Vignettes from Crimson Arts

Read on for some of the Arts Board’s favorite fall memories, from the beauty of fall foliage in New England to all the delicious tastes of autumn!

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Radcliffe Institute

Higher Ed Leader Ruth Simmons Talks Recent Memoir, Legacy in Higher Education with Harvard Radcliffe Dean

Ruth J. Simmons, the former president of Brown University, Prairie View A&M University, and Smith College, spoke with Harvard Radcliffe Institute Dean Tomiko Brown-Nagin about the values that shaped her educational career at a talk Tuesday evening.

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On Campus

Chelsea A. Vuong ’21: Pageants, Finance, and the Road to Miss America

Vuong has chosen to use her platform as Miss Massachusetts to advocate for a cause she has supported since her time at Harvard: improving financial literacy.

Harvard Square at Night
Harvard Square

Hundreds Haunt Harvard Square for Halloween Block Party

A Halloween block party lit up Harvard Square over the weekend, bringing live artists, excited crowds, and glowing art installations to JFK Street ahead of the holiday.

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Music

‘Heat’ EP Review: A Multifaceted English Debut from the Rising Queens of K-Pop

In just over 15 minutes, the girl group delivers five powerful tracks on love, showcasing their vocal abilities and mastery of different genres.

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On Campus

Stuttering, Blackness, Legacy, Nature, and the Intersection of Them All

Ellis deeply moved the audience with his talents and use of stutter as a source of both innovation and defiance.

Hidden History of Cambridge and Harvard Review
Books

‘Hidden History of Cambridge & Harvard’ Review: A Deep-Dive Into All Things Cambridge

By unearthing the lesser-known history of the city and world-renowned university, Merrill lays the foundation — what remains is for the readers to open their eyes and build an appreciation of the history that exists all around them.

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