Bhangra, one of the most engergetic dances in the lineup, kept the audience on its toes. Dancers stormed the stage with lively movements and contagious enthusiasm.
Eli E. Kahn ’13 plays Oedipus during the The Harvard Classical Club's performance of "Oedipus Rex"
All five actors, Phil Gillen '13, Valèriya Tsitron '14, Jamie Danner '12, David Orama '12, and Brianne Holland-Stergar '13, take a bow after the premier of "Inside Out" at the Loeb theater.
The female actresses in the play "For Colored Girls" huddle together to share a moment of love and understanding. They commiserate over the pain of relationships and loss.
Xanthia A. Tucker ’13 and Rebecca H. Kwan ’14 rehearse a scene from “Skinwalking.”
John Eliot’s Mamusse Wunneetupanatamwe Up-Biblum God, a Wampanoag translation of the Bible, is held in Houghton Library.
The “Sockett,” a soccer ball that stores energy when kicked, is the project of a former ES20 student. It is displayed here in Harvard’s Northwest Science Building.
VES concentrator Julia Rooney '11 sits among a small selection of her paintings in her Linden Street studio space.