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“Thrill of Contact” offers up a little bit of everything, from the classical to the avant-garde, from the campy to the brand new, in a program that pushes the boundaries of what ballet looks like.
To celebrate the 125th anniversary of the founding of the Department of Asian Art at the Museum of Fine Arts, the museum has planned a tribute to Japanese culture with an extensive, season-long event. "Hokusai" and "In the Wake"—two vastly different exhibitions—kick off this exploration of Asian art.
Choreographer Reggie Wilson brings his well-received Moses(es) to the ICA.
Members of Reggie Wilson's Fist & Heel Performance Group dance in the Boston debut of Moses(es) at the ICA on Friday.
Students who live in the Dudley Co-op often enjoy larger living arrangements and a change from traditional Harvard housing. Members prepare their own food, complete chores, and participate in community decisions.
Anthony V. Buda ’15 explains how his commute to campus from East Boston has been negatively impacted by the recent snowfall. Buda and other students who live off campus have been delayed due to irregular MBTA schedules and canceled trains.
Alice Huang '16 lives in an apartment in Central Square and often commutes to Harvard by bicycle. Due to dietary concerns, she decided to move off campus.
About two percent of Harvard undergraduates, or 120 students, live off-campus. These off-campus students have, for various reasons, elected to opt out of the Residential House system, which administrators have called a “cornerstone” of Harvard’s undergraduate experience.
While waiting in line at Bagelsaurus, patrons are reminded to keep the door closed to keep the cold weather out.
The Comedy Studio isn’t the kind of place you can just wander into.