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Jay Calderin, founder of Boston Fashion Week, spoke at the Cooper Gallery of African & African American Art last Sunday afternoon.
Founder of Boston Fashion Week, Jay Calderin came to the Cooper Gallery to speak on its new exhibit "Black Chronicles II." Prior to his Nov. 15, Calderin spoke with The Crimson about his thoughts on the exhibit and his experiences as a leader in fashion.
Jill Johnson, artistic director of the Harvard Dance Project, leads an open rehearsal of students’ work-in-progress for their spring performance.
Students from the Harvard Dance Project perform a reinterpretation of Belgian contemporary dance "Rosas danst Rosas."
Students from Harvard's Bhangra Dance Company conclude "Gym Dances," an event celebrating the 10 year anniversary of Harvard Dance Center's conversion from a basketball gymnasium to a major performance venue.
In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Harvard Dance Center, the Harvard Dance Program debuted “Gym Dances,” a performance of pieces made “in and for gymnasiums” that ran from Nov. 11 to 15.
What your roommates don’t know is that being in Cambridge over Thanksgiving is low-key the way to go.
Tori Anderson, a third-year Law School student, shows her support by adding a sticky note to the portrait of a black Law School professor on Thursday afternoon after black tape was found covering the photos in the morning. Anderson said, "This [the post-its] shows the outpouring of support for the faculty. I wish we had a greater and more robust response from the administration and a greater focus on creating, not only community inclusion, but institutional inclusion."
A group of Law School students discusses the vandalism on the portraits of black Law School professors in front of the portraits on the first floor of Wasserstein Hall in the afternoon.