Olga Khvan

Contributing Digital Editor

Olga Khvan is a senior at Boston University, where after a brief stint on the pre-med track, she's pursuing a dual degree in print journalism and art history. Before becoming a contributor, she started at Boston as a digital intern and is also a former USA TODAY collegiate correspondent. She enjoys photography, art by Gustav Klimt, writing by Milan Kundera, and above all, a good show put on by the likes of Local Natives, Geographer, and The xx.

Olga Khvan'S latest stories

Photos from the Ted 2 Casting Call

Superheroes, puppies, and more vied for a spot in the sequel.

Shakespeare on the Common Opens with Twelfth Night

Love entanglements, mistaken identities, and a brief pause due to a dead generator.

Fans Honor Donna Summer at Roller Disco Party

'I was honored and humbled and thankful,' her sister said.

Castles, Creatures, and a Patriotic Centerpiece Take Revere Beach

See the stunning pieces in this year's festival.

Scenes from the First Annual JP Porchfest

One spot even offered 'Porchaoke.'

20 Awesome Public Art Pieces to Check Out This Summer

Happy exploring!

Rally Calls for Mobilization Against Supreme Court Decisions

'Come make a claim on your government,' said Gov. Patrick.

Bad Weather Ends Early Fourth of July Celebrations Even Earlier

The Pops had to skip the '1812 Overture.'

The Magna Carta Comes to the MFA

It's one of only four surviving copies of the historic document.

A New Exhibit at BSA Space Aims to Improve Wood's Reputation

It's called 'Urban Timber.'