It was gender, rather than race, that seemed to distinguish playwright Rosanna Y. Alfaro '60 on campus.
Arts execs take a break from ranking Radiohead vs. Spoon to rank... whatever they feel like.
Art has a remarkable ability to beautify even the bleakest of urban and professional settings. Nowhere is this more evident
Despite her high school involvement in theater, music, and dance, Catherine “Calla” Videt ’08-’09 entered Harvard with intentions of becoming
At the center of a labyrinth of canvasses, easels, stools, and drop cloths, Nancy Mitchnick—one of the only two studio
In Eleganza 2008, student models crawled down the runway striking animalistic poses in what organizers described as the hottest, most
Circa 2005 the Canadian music scene began to be stirred up and investigated by American indie lovers intrigued by discoveries
The “Students Choose” exhibit might have looked unwelcoming, tucked away in the Sert Gallery in the Carpenter Center. But this
For many, art is an area in which individualism is exalted and freedom of expression is glorified, but to define
Romance, drama, espionage, ABBA, and...chess? The 1986 rock musical “Chess” features all of the above and the Murray Head hit
Alright, so you have a problem set due tomorrow, an essay to write on a novel that you didn’t read
Waiving colorful signs declaring “Love, not H8,” dozens of Harvard students joined roughly 4,000 people gathered in front of Boston
As Mrs. Venable rubs her ring-covered hands over Dr. Sugar’s chest while blabbering about sea turtles, his face has a
Former Institute of Politics Director Jeanne Shaheen won her race for U.S. Senate from New Hampshire, national media outlets projected
Now, credit must be given where credit is due: The Cure are a classic. In 1976, they arose in the