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On Campus

Exploring Narrative and Movement in "Akasha"

This weekend, the Institute of Contemporary Art's "Akasha" focused on the nuances and beauty of Kuchipudi, a classical Indian dance form.

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.

On Campus

Black Arts Festival Builds On Previous Legacy

Taking on a revolutionary form this year, the Black Arts Festival is more than a festival for entertainment. It is an unique experience that invites its participants to immerse themselves in the nature of black art and bound to be exciting and intellectually stimulating.

Eva Longoria Photo
On Campus

Cultural Rhythms 2015

Ghungro: Fusion (in Gold Spandex!)
On Campus

Ghungroo Photos

Ghungroo
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Ghungroo

A variety of folk, modern, classical, and fusion performance groups came together in Ghungroo, which was orchestrated by the Harvard South Asian Association and took place in Agassiz Theatre.

Ghungroo
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Ghungroo

A variety of folk, modern, classical, and fusion performance groups came together in Ghungroo, which was orchestrated by the Harvard South Asian Association and took place in Agassiz Theatre.

On Campus

'Stranger' Brings Depth, Intensity to Loeb Ex

Strong acting helps "Stranger" deliver on its premise, and, despite momentary deficiencies of subtlety and a faintly inadequate ending, the play fascinates and unsettles.

Ghungroo Photos
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Ghungroo 2015 Celebrates Diversity, Inclusivity

The Harvard South Asian Association's Ghungroo marked its 26th anniversary with a three-hour celebration of South Asian culture through dance, music, and acting.

Neiel Israel
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Neiel Israel

Spoken-word artist Neiel Israel rehearses some of her original compositions.

Books

'Lemony Snicket' talks 'We are Pirates'

“So my thinking was: If a lot of people come, then a lot of people get to hear these great poets. And if nobody comes, instead of feeling like a failure by myself I can go and get drunk with the other poets.”

Neiel Israel
On Campus

Artist Spotlight: Neiel Israel

Spoken word artist Neiel Israel has received increasing attention as an emerging voice in the lively Cambridge slam poetry scene and even performed her most well known poem, “When a Black Man Walks,” at the March on Harvard demonstration this December. She sat down with The Crimson to discuss her creative philosophy and her work.

Ghungro: Fusion (in Gold Spandex!)
On Campus

Ghungro: Fusion (in Gold Spandex!)

A variety of folk, modern, classical, and fusion performance groups came together in Ghungroo, which was orchestrated by the Harvard South Asian Association and took place in Agassiz Theatre.

Ghungroo: Semi Classical
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Ghungroo: Semi Classical

A variety of folk, modern, classical, and fusion performance groups came together in Ghungroo, which was orchestrated by the Harvard South Asian Association and took place in Agassiz Theatre.

Ghungroo: Classical
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Ghungroo: Classical

A variety of folk, modern, classical, and fusion performance groups came together in Ghungroo, which was orchestrated by the Harvard South Asian Association and took place in Agassiz Theatre.

9/11 Memorial
College

Boots on the Ground: ROTC at Harvard

Kaledora Kiernan-Linn
College

The Dropouts

Snow on Plympton
College

More Snow Looming, College Alters Dining Schedule

Divest Harvard Rally
Central Administration

After 24-Hour Sit-In, Divest Harvard Protesters Leave Mass. Hall