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Tania R. James ’03

With an MFA in creative writing from Columbia University under her belt and the release of her debut novel “Atlas

Madelyn M. Ho

Madelyn M. Ho ’08 began her dance career choreographing her own routines to a cassette tape of “Amazing Grace” at

‘Too Darn Hot’ Warms Up Lowell Lecture Hall

Despite the dreary conditions outside, temperatures were rising on Friday evening in Lowell Lecture Hall during “Too Darn Hot,” a

'Avec Nous' Not Unified By Poetry

With pieces ranging from the thought-provoking, to the entertaining, to the downright bizarre, the Green Street Studio’s contemporary dance production

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Stefan P. Jackiw '07

Since receiving a tiny violin as a birthday present when he was four years old, Stefan P. Jackiw ’07 has

First-Years Shine in Freshman Musical

It’s pretty unusual to hear relaxed responses from directors and producers with less than a week before their show opens.

Latin Jazz Pioneer Visits Campus

Joining the ranks of Count Basie, Duke Ellington, and Thelonious Monk, nine-time Grammy Award winner Eddie Palmieri became Harvard’s latest

ARTSMONDAY: Strong ‘Levity’ Weighed Down by Inconsistency

The Harvard-Radcliffe Dance Company’s “Levity,” which opened in the Adams House Pool Theatre on Friday, was an evening of intriguing,

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THE OMNIVORE’S DILEMMA: A NATURAL HISTORY OF FOUR MEALS by Michael Pollan A bunch of grapes, an egg, a ham

ARTSMONDAY: ‘Ex-Rated’ Reveals Energy, Talent

Expressions Dance Company’s sold-out spring show, “Ex-Rated,” was fresh, fun, and entertaining. The show, directed by seniors Olakunle O. “Kunle”

A Motley Crew in ‘Rosenkavalier’

Not many shows at Harvard can boast a cast and crew upwards of 150 people. Even fewer can say that

Grad’s First Novel Earns More Praise

One of Granta magazine’s “Best Young Novelists,” Uzodinma C. Iweala ’04, is venturing to Columbia’s medical school next year. But

'Viewpointe' Provides New Perspective on Dance

From the classic works of Balanchine to modern pieces choreographed by students, “Dancers’ Viewpointe VII” brought a high level of

Students Slip, Slide On Slick Sidewalks

After a wintry mix of snow, slush and rain froze over on the night of Valentine’s Day, Harvard students faced

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