Please join us on Wednesday, September 28th at 7pm a NestED talk by Kevin Moerman, a a biomechanical and design engineer at MIT Biomechatronics. Moerman will speak about his research interests, which include soft tissue biomechanics, robotics and medical device design.
Please join us Thursday, September 29th at 7:00pm for a talk by Dr. Khalil Gibran Muhammad examining urban crime, blackness, and community and police interactions. This is the first in the OWHL's three-part speaker series, "Our Divided House: History, Race, and Public Policy in Americ
Please join us on Sunday, September 25th, from 9am to noon for a workshop on A Brighter Blue: Social Innovation for Campus Change, a design challenge that will ask students to team up and create a social change project they would like to see implemented on campus this year.
Please join the OWHL and the Girls’ Cross Country team (GXC) tomorrow, September 14th, at 4:30 pm in the Children's Area of the OWHL to honor the life and work of beloved children's author Anna Dewdney, '83, P’09.
In response to the recent police-killings of unarmed African Americans and heightened racial tensions across the country, the OWHL will host a three part speaker series entitled "Our Divided House," examining the intersection of history, race, and public policy.
This 35+ hour playlist provides viewers with essential presentations on a broad range of issues, including reparations, intersectionality, the use of statistics to advance racist criminal justice policies, environmental racism, mass incarceration, and many other topics.
Libraries across America have responded to the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement, police-killings of unarmed African Americans, and heightened racial tensions in the country. See how the OWHL is answering this call and doing its part to support awareness and conversation on camp