In the expository writing course "Why Shakespeare?" first-year students were challenged to adapt their essays for a public audience.
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- Psychologist Michael R. Hollander discusses Simone Biles’ decision to withdraw from some Olympic events and the toll anxiety can take on athletic performance t.co/PDhfOHzdda
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- Professor Arthur Brooks studies happiness—what it is, how to achieve it, and how it can repair our souls and toxic politics— and recently shared his insight on an episode of PolicyCast t.co/e1aK6jQljq
Arts and Humanities
30 years of ecological research in Harvard’s wired forest
In this documentary, Amy Li (Harvard College ’20) speaks with scientists, educators, and students in the Harvard Forest Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) Program about the program’s origins, history, and future trajectories. The Harvard Forest was founded in 1907 and is based in Petersham, Massachusetts (Nipmuck ancestral homeland).