Computer scientist, lawyer, and author Ken Liu writes primarily in the genre of “speculative fiction,” stories embedded with strong metaphors and imagination rather than strict reality. Liu is working on the final installment of his trilogy Dandelion Dynasty, and he recently published Invisible Planets.
By founding a startup that helps both independent artists and mainstream celebrities monetize their careers, Ryan Leslie combines his creative prowess and business acumen to build his own bridge between technology and the music industry.
For the second edition of Harvard Leadership Magazine’s new Leader of the Week – Around the Ivies feature, we sat down with Cason Crane (Princeton ’17).
For the first Harvard Leader of the Week with the semester, we spoke with the captain of the Harvard Crimson men’s basketball team, Evan Cummins ’16.
Are megachurches a side effect of good services, or a phenomenon within themselves? Staff writer Ryan O’Meara looks into the change, and what it means at Harvard.
American professional soccer is on the ascent and is finally entering mainstream American culture.
Like. Tweet. Reblog. The presence of social media in our daily lives has exploded over the past decade, and one thing cannot be denied.
With news stories breaking online so quickly, staying informed in the digital age is a challenge. One app is aggregating the stories of the day and getting you all the facts.
Decades ago the space race changed the world for ever. Now, private companies like Virgin Galactic are revolutionizing the space industry. They’re just getting started.