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Marissa A. Glynias

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Crime

A Call to Arts

Although the Task Force Report has had minimal concrete impact thus far, the administration’s open support for the arts has caused a wave of optimism among the student body.

Theater

‘Semele’ Succeeds in Making Opera Feel Modern

There’s nothing inherently modern about John Eccles “Semele.” Written at the beginning of the 18th century, the Baroque opera narrates ...

Theater

‘Proof’ Proves Math Is Moving

“Proof” adds a story of insanity to a riveting cast for a successful production.

Harvard Art Museum Makes Plans to Renovate, Reach Out to Undergrads

Freshmen entering Harvard College this year may be the first to experience the new Harvard Art Museum—if it opens by

Expos, Extended

While undergraduates at the College and students at the Extension School don’t tend to mingle much, just take a look

Expos, Extended

While undergraduates at the College and students at the Extension School don’t tend to mingle much, just take a look

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Experts Promote Locally-Grown Food

Food experts dispelled the notion that locally-grown food is necessarily more costly and explained the recent interest in sustainability at

Japanese Artist Crafts Luminous Vessels

Like fireflies, the work of Niisato Akio resembles delicate orbs of light. And this spring will bring both to Boston

Projecting the Evil of 'Laramie'

Laramie, Wyoming was just like any small Western town: a tight-knit community, says its resident limo driver Doc O’Conner (Brian

Milk

For many people around the country, the excitement of Barack Obama’s win in last month’s presidential election was tempered by

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Hargis Broaches Baroque Opera

Opera is a vocally-driven performing art. But this past Tuesday, Ellen Hargis—a “Baroque-music diva” according to The New Yorker—proved that

POPSCREEN: T-Pain ft. DJ Khaled

In his new video “Karaoke,” T-Pain shows us his true colors. And no, they don’t involve the swirling, digitized effects

Conference on a Conductor's 'Crosscurrents'

The name Nadia Boulanger may not ring a bell for many of us; in fact, many people may not know

Symphony Still Lively at 128

This year marks the 128th season of the Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO), making it one of the oldest and most

Spread Democracy, But Not Like W.

As the race for the Presidency pushes towards that fateful November Tuesday, many of us continue to be concerned about

Free Time
Columns

In Search of Lost Time

Photo Man
Ivy League

Beyond The Silver Screen

Larry, In His Element
Scrutiny

Professor Summers

Data Sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization