Accessibility devices use sound to allow the visually impaired to envision stars.
Harvard on Twitter
- Fruits in Decay opens in the #GlassFlowers gallery on 8/31. The exhibit captures the strange beauty of summer fruits in various stages of decay through the detailed glass botanical models by famed glass artist Rudolf #Blaschka. t.co/vVm4YLgK8i t.co/H3UjZhNFhe
- The odds of a recession are 1 in 3 for the next year, says @Kennedy_School's Jeffrey Frankel t.co/YkKyZqETIG
- A program to help fight TB, created by Harvard undergraduate Michael Chen, will be made available online for free t.co/TqS2tz1xoN
Arts and Humanities
Harvard celebrates Arts First
The Arts First festival, featuring concerts, exhibitions, and hands-on activities, highlights Harvard’s creative spirit inside and out of the classroom.
Taking on a top typer: Harvard professor Jelani Nelson
Jelani Nelson happens to be a blazing fast typist, once scoring as high as 170 words per minute.