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

Take a Tour of Facebook Boston's Art Collection

Their expanded Cambridge office lights up like a Christmas tree—literally.

MFA Hosts Inaugural Hanukkah Celebration

With music, a menorah lighting, and Oculus Rift.

Thousands Protest Eric Garner Decision

MBTA service and access to I-93 temporarily disrupted, a small number of arrests made.

Behind the Scenes at Boston Ballet's Costume Shop

About 350 fashions are refurbished each year for The Nutcracker.

ICA Hosts First Solo Adriana Varejão Exhibition in the U.S.

It tackles controversial themes such as race and cannibalism.

San Fermin Will Headline The Sinclair This Friday

The Boston Calling alums promise to play new songs.

Peek Inside the New Harvard Art Museums

The 'light machine' reopens this weekend.

Boston Pays Respects to Mayor Menino at Faneuil Hall

Hundreds gathered to say goodbye to the city's beloved "urban mechanic."

Photos from the Canine Promenade

These dogs do Halloween better than you.

Scenes from the Boston Book Festival

Copley Square was a literary haven on Saturday.