Topic: harvard

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The atmosphere was giddy at the 65th anniversary gala of the National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR) at the Royal Sonesta Boston hotel’s Grand Ballroom. Almost five hundred guests from Boston,[...]

By Amina Khan BOSTON (Los Angles Times) — It’s the ultimate DIY robot, a machine that assembles itself out of a single sheet and then rolls away — all without need for an onboard motor or even wheels. The so-called[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — A panel discussion titled “Armenia’s Velvet Revolution After 6 Months: Beyond the Headlines,” will take place at Harvard University, Fong Auditorium (Boylston Hall), on Thursday, September 27, at 7:30 p.m. The[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – A new exhibition called Passports: Lives in Transit is on display at Harvard University’s Houghton Library from April 30 to August 18. It provides an unusual way of thinking about the urgent issue of massive global[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — We are all too familiar with the sight of brave men and women responding in the aftermaths of tragedies, be they the result of wars, genocides or natural disasters. What is seldom thought about is the exact ways these[...]

By Gabriella Gage Mirror-Spectator Staff CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Harvard’s Philip J. King Professor of Egyptology Peter Der Manuelian first discovered his passion for all things Egypt during a fourth grade history class at the Belmont Day[...]