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Concert for Child Development
On Campus

Concert for Child Development

Staff members at Harvard’s Center on the Developing Child Sally J. Pfitzer, left, and Chuck E. Carter, right, sing at the Science Center Plaza on Wednesday afternoon to raise awareness about adversities children face in development.

Yardfest 2014
College

Yardfest 2014

Students cheer on the band “Hot Breakfast” last year at Yardfest in Tercentenary Theater.

The Jungle Book
College

The Jungle Book

The Radcliffe Pitches' 40th Anniversary Concert
College

The Radcliffe Pitches' 40th Anniversary Concert

The Radcliffe Pitches pose during their 40th anniversary concert. The concert, held in Sanders Theater, welcomed a variety of audience members, including Pitches alumni, students, community members, and faculty.

On Campus

Radcliffe Pitches Prepare to Celebrate 40th Anniversary

The Radcliffe Pitches speak with The Crimson about their history as Harvard's oldest female a cappella group and the process of preparing for their 40th anniversary concert.

Callbacks SnoweDin
On Campus

Callbacks SnoweDin

Callbacks SnoweDin
On Campus

A Song, A Pun, and A Beard: A Cappella in Sanders

The Din & Tonics and the Callbacks circled up in traditional a capella formation on Saturday night in Sanders Theatre to deliver a night of steamy songs and sarcastic puns.

Callbacks SnoweDin
On Campus

Callbacks SnoweDin

Brad A. Latilla-Campbell '16 and Trevor J. Byrne '17 lift Stephanie M. Johnson '18 at the end of a song performed by the Harvard Callbacks. The Callbacks and the Din & Tonics hosted a joint a capella jam entitled "Callbacks SnoweDin."

Callbacks SnoweDin
On Campus

Callbacks SnoweDin

Leon Y. Pan '18 of the Din & Tonics sings a jazz solo during a performance Saturday night. The Callbacks and the Dins hosted a joint a cappella jam entitled "Callbacks SnoweDin."

Callbacks SnoweDin
On Campus

Callbacks SnoweDin

Trevor J. Byrne '17 of the Harvard Callbacks steps forward for a solo during a performance Saturday night. The Callbacks and the Din & Tonics hosted a joint a capella jam entitled "Callbacks SnoweDin."

Callbacks SnoweDin
On Campus

Callbacks SnoweDin

(Left to right) Matthew T. Barber '16, Sydney T. S. Mukasa '18, Jacques Berguig, and Will Jaroszewicz '17 of the Din & Tonics sing in a performance Saturday night. The Callbacks and Dins hosted a joint a cappella jam entitled "Callbacks SnoweDin."

Callbacks SnoweDin
On Campus

Callbacks SnoweDin

Michael F. Musharbash '16 of the Din & Tonics sings and dances during a performance Saturday night. The Callbacks and the Dins hosted a joint a capella jam entitled "Callbacks SnoweDin"

Callbacks SnoweDin
On Campus

Callbacks SnoweDin

Kimberly A. Onah '15 of the Callbacks sings her senior solo, John Legend's "It Don't Have to Change," Saturday night. The Callbacks and the Din & Tonics hosted a joint a capella jam entitled "Callbacks SnoweDin," where Ohan was one of three seniors honored by fellow Callbacks members.

On Campus

Christian McBride Trio and Salvant Electrifies

Sanders Theater's performance with the Christian McBride Trio and Cecile McLorin Salvant was filled with moments of ingenuity, expressiveness and joy--thus proving to be an evening that explored the strongly beating heart of jazz.

Femme Fest Radcliffe Pitches
On Campus

Femme Fest Radcliffe Pitches

Taylor L. Vandick ’16 performs with the Radcliffe Pitches at Femme Fest on Sunday afternoon. Femme Fest celebrated the beginning of Women's Week at Harvard with a gallery of female art and a keynote address by Stephanie R. Khurana, co-master of Cabot House.

Massachusetts Hall
FAS

Graduate Students Start Movement To Unionize

Central Administration

Amidst Title IX Debate, Law Faculty Raise Governance Concerns

John Stilgoe Office
College

John Stilgoe’s Secret History

Big States, Little States
College

Beyond Boston: Regional Diversity at Harvard