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

Think Pink, Think Femininity—But Why?

A new exhibit at the MFA explores the history and meaning of the color pink.

Super-Secret Concert Series Launches in Boston

Find out how you can get on the guest list.

Your CharlieCard Activates a New Public Art Exhibit

Tap these kiosks for fun stories and light shows.

PHOTOS: The Boston Ballet's 'Night of Stars'

Tens of thousands showed up for the company's free 50th anniversary celebration on the Common.

Why A Mass Shooting Is Hard—Even Impossible—to Predict

Harvard professor insists that most people with mental illnesses are not violent.

Upcoming Concerts in Boston

Big names are coming to town this fall, including JT, Beyoncé, Kanye, and more.

Keeping Up With the Crisis in Syria

BC political science professor dissects the current situation and shares important takeaways.

Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

A variety of festivals—plus Backstreet Boys!

Doing Good and Breaking Bad

A weekly viewing party sends donations to Boston Children's Hospital.

Boston Calling Will Return Memorial Day Weekend 2014

Super Early Bird weekend passes go on sale tomorrow.