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A panel of women reflect on Harvard’s experience of Third Wave/modern feminism. The panel took place on Saturday afternoon and was followed by a feminism fair featuring multiple women organizations on campus.
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.
Students and the University alike have prepared for the arrival of the parents of the Class of 2016 for the annual Junior Parents Weekend.
David C. Matthews '17 uses curling sheets outside of the Science Center after he "saw it on Our Campus [Snapchat] Story, so [he] figured might as well try it out".
We’ll be the first to admit it: we aren’t the most muscular writers on FM. We don’t have the prodigious heft of Nathan and Ben, for instance. But, feeling fed up with the biting jabs about our scrawniness at writers’ meetings, we recently sought the help and advice of one of the fittest people on campus: Carolyn F. Pushaw ’16, a Marine-option ROTC midshipmen.
FM imagines where Harvard’s premier talent is most likely to end up. Today we bring you a guide to your futures based on your choice of student group. And let’s be honest: We all know Harvard students only join these clubs for the career opportunities. So when you consider what to comp next semester, keep this list in mind.
Karen E. Christianson ’17 practices performing on the organ on Friday afternoon in Memorial Church. She has recently toured throughout Europe with the Harvard Organ Society.
Eva Longoria speaks about the ways in which her childhood experiences motivated her philanthropic involvement. She was honored as Cultural Rhythms' Artist of the Year on Saturday evening at Sanders Theatre.
The Wushu Club, which blends contemporary Chinese martial arts with more traditional aspects of the art, performs during Cultural Rhythms on Saturday evening at Sanders Theatre.
Karen E. Christianson '17 has performed at Notre Dame, Salzburg Cathedral, and Westminster Abbey. When she isn't at her organ, however, she is a Harvard student, and this week, she took time off from her atypical schedule to talk with The Crimson on her music.
Crimson Arts' Roving Reporter speaks to students, parents, and performers at the 2015 Cultural Rhythms festival.