Emma K. Talkoff
I warn him that I study history, but he is encouraging. “Well, history begins with the big bang.”
Painting for the Resistance: Harvard Student Power Network
“Let’s move past the mourning phase and be ready to fight and act.”
Molly K. Finlayson
Even before political unrest came to a head, life during her Mormon mission had been far from easy.
A Record of Some Kind
The small device gasping for breath on the table in front of me contained the images of my summer—carefully catalogued evidence of the time I had spent trekking around the Malay Peninsula of Southeast Asia.
Breaking the Surface with Schuyler Bailar
Bailar is the first openly transgender athlete in any Division I NCAA sport. He’s struggled with body image, eating disorders, and dysphoria, but today, showing off in the pool, all of that seems distant. It’s not: If Bailar is confident and comfortable in front of a camera today, it’s because he’s worked hard to get to that point, and because of the impact he believes his attitude will have on others.
Living the Culture
His home in Assayii, New Mexico, a place named for the red rock of the canyons there, is starkly different from the halls of Harvard. “We live where the pavement ends,” Clark says with a laugh. “Literally, there’s a road that’s called ‘The Road to Nowhere’, and I live further on.”
24 Hours with the Clock
Can a film about its own duration possibly maintain such manic levels of devotion? Only time will tell.
Lorgia H. García Peña
García Peña is a professor of Latino studies, one of the first ever to be hired at Harvard—a role that she describes as both a responsibility and an opportunity for innovation.
All Over the Map
“Harvard cannot hope to have strong departments in everything,” the University is reported; to have said. In any case, Geography was gone for good. Or so it seemed.