Incorporating routines from the renowned George Balanchine as well as student choreographers, the Harvard Ballet Company showcased both modern and traditional elements of ballet.
A Harvard student registers for the Harvard Italian American Association 2nd Annual Intercollegiate Summit on Saturday in Boylston Hall. The event featured keynote speakers Mr. Stephen Pagliuca, co-owner of the Boston Celtics and Managing Director at Bain Capital; Hon. Ronald W. Del Sesto, Esq. Honorary Vice Consul of Italy to Rhode Island, and New England Area Coordinator for the National Italian American Foundation; and Mr. Andre DiMino, President Italian American ONE VOICE Coalition, Immediate Past.
The Harvard Pops Orchestra performed Saturday, April 10, 2010, in Lowell Lecture Hall at 8pm in “Pops Scores!,” an interplay of music from William Tell to Casey at the Bat with baseball commentary.
Ursula Oppens, pianist and Blodgett distinguished artist performes pieces from John Corigliano to Elliot Carter in Paine Hall yesterday. Oppens and is well known for her sterling musicianship, uncanning understanding of the composer’s artistic argument, and lifelong study of the keyboard’s resources.
Junior Mikaelle Comrie led a fiery Crimson offense with 13 kills in the team’s 25-21, 23-25, 25-15, 25-18, win over visiting Holy Cross. The Atlanta, GA, native leads the time with 127 kills on the season. After playing in three tournaments, last night’s
At a panel discussion yesterday, members from the recently formed Office for Sustainability urge students to help make the university more sustainable and opened the forum to student discussion.
The LGBT Political Coalition, the Republican Club, and the College Democrats presents “Gay Voters and the 2008 Election,” a debate between the Stonewall Democrats and the Log Cabin Republicans last night in Harvard Hall.
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