Crimson staff writer
The Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology acquired half a million skeletons of stickleback fish, a species central to evolutionary research. How did this happen, and what will be done with the thousands of jars?
stickleback fish shelves
The MCZ's collection of stickleback fish is stored in over 2,000 mason jars in the museum's basement.
Margaret Atwood Speaks at Sanders Theatre
Margaret Atwood speaks at Sanders Theatre about her new short story collection Old Babes in the Wood on Thursday evening.
"Living and Dying in The Bacteriacene" by Anicka Yi, Courtesy of the artist and Gladstone Gallery.
Gilberto Esparza, "Plantas autofotosinthéticas (Autophotosynthetic Plants)," 2013–14. Courtesy of the artist and Gladstone Gallery.
Špela Petrič’s “Confronting Vegetal Otherness: Skotopoiesis,” a video installation portraying the artist standing over a bed of cress, blocking the sun in front of her body for 18 hours and 52 minutes. Courtesy of the artist and Gladstone Gallery.
PETA Protest at Harvard
Protesters affiliated with PETA hold signs calling for the closure a Harvard Medical School lab for its nonhuman primate experiments during a Tuesday demonstration outside of Johnston Gate.