From poems to graphic novels and fiction to textbooks, authors give us content that sweeps us away and allows for self-interpretation. Storytelling gives us an experience of something that happened in the past, the occurrences of today, or a glimpse into the future. Whether fiction and non-fiction, the work of an author can open our minds to new worlds of thought.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, would like to share the story of Evelyn Lauder: breast cancer survivor, the daughter in law of cosmetics legend Estee Lauder, and founder of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF).
The GradFest houseplant giveaway for Harvard graduate students, co-sponsored by the Graduate Commons Program and the Harvard Graduate Council, took place Wednesday, October 13th from 12-1:30pm in the Countway Community Garden.