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“The Shape She Makes” Makes Movement Matter

“The Shape She Makes” will play at the OBERON in Cambridge until April 27. Its complicated narrative and performance structure succeeds because creative directors Jonathan Bernstein and Susan Misner ambitiously create moments of intrigue and emotion within each scene.

Felipe Calderon Explains
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Felipe Calderon Explains

Felipe Calderon references a map of the United States while speaking at his lecture “Climate Change and Business” at Harvard Business School on April 4.

A Conversation With Felipe Calderon
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Today in Photos (04/15/2014)

Janelle Monáe Receives Award
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Janelle Monáe Receives Award

Janelle Monáe, who performed at Yardfest this past weekend, receives The Women’s Center’s Award for Achievement in Arts and Media 2014. At the award ceremony she discuses about different questions of identity, including sex, gender, and sexuality, in her performances with Alexis Wilkinson ('15) and Jasmine Fernandez ('16).

Janelle Monáe Receives Award
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Janelle Monáe Receives Award

Janelle Monáe, who performed at Yardfest this past weekend, receives The Women’s Center’s Award for Achievement in Arts and Media 2014. At the award ceremony she spoke about different questions of identity, including sex, gender, and sexuality, in her performances.

A Conversation With Felipe Calderon
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A Conversation With Felipe Calderon

Felipe Calderon, former Mexican President, speaks at Harvard Business School on April 14 during his lecture "Climate Change and Business" in Sprangler Auditorium.

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'Versatorium Playbook' Explores Translation

Charles Bernstein, an American poet, and Peter Waterhouse, an Austrian poet and novelist, combined to share their unique perspectives on translation, illustrating the positive impact translation can have on the art form of poetry, as well as on those who collaborate to translate together.

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Keeping The Music Alive

While jazz at Harvard still searches to find its rhythm, the April 12 concert filled the lower level of Sanders and drew exuberant applause. For all the program’s logistical issues, it continues to draw hard-working musicians from the student body.

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Artist Spotlight: Benjamin Bagby

Composer, harpist, and performer of medieval music, Benjamin Bagby is currently touring the country performing “Beowulf” in its original Old English.

A Treasured Account
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A Treasured Account

United States Treasurer Rosa G. Rios, '87, speaks to students about her time as an undergraduate on Friday in Winthrop House's Tonkens Room. Rios was sworn into office in August of 2009 after President Obama's election.

RESPONSIBLE INVESTMENT RALLY
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RESPONSIBLE INVESTMENT RALLY

Protesters gather on the steps of Widener Library for a rally against Harvard's timber plantations in Argentina. The group listened to speeches by Sandra Korn (one of the student leaders for the Responsible Investment at Harvard Coalition) and UC President Gus Mayopoulos before heading over to Massachusetts Hall to protest.

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Sandra Korn '14, a leader for the Responsible Investment at Harvard Coalition, speaks to protesters gathered on the steps of Widener Library on Friday afternoon. The rally protested Harvard's management of its timber plantations in northern Argentina and ended in a protest in front of Massachusetts Hall.

Leveling the Playing Field For Children
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Leveling the Playing Field For Children

Jerry D. Weast discusses the importance of making the classroom environment inspiring for its students while Kathleen McCartney listens thoughtfully.

Leveling the Playing Field For Children
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Leveling the Playing Field For Children

Massachusetts governor Deval H. Patrick '78, giving the opening statement, describes the joy in seeing children realize the benefits of their education.

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Collegium Collaborates on "Boundless Realms of Joy"

The Collegium hopes to showcase the ability of choirs to bring people together with their upcoming concert, Boundless Realms of Joy, which will take place on April 11 in Sanders Theatre.

Johnston Gate Arts Cover
Arts

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

Awkward Eye Contact
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Let’s Talk about Campus-Eye-Contact-Culture

Dictionary
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