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Michael E. Danto

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Books

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All the books in the Depository are stored in rows of 30-foot high shelves in large module rooms. The modules are climate controlled to optimize the longevity of the books.

Books

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In the sorting office of the Depository, all the incoming and outgoing books are grouped by size in order to make the most efficient use of space.

Books

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In order to retrieve books requested by the libraries, Depository staff must use a motorized lift to access the 30-foot shelves.

Books

The Harvard Depository: Beyond the Stacks

Not a Week Link
Track and Cross Country

Not a Week Link

Rookie Olivia Weeks put up another strong showing in her final indoor meet, finishing third in the triple jump at ECAC’s this weekend. Weeks had the highest individual finish for the Crimson, leaping 12.21 meters.

Music

Xiu Xiu

Though “Dear God, I Hate Myself” can be difficult to listen to, the innovation and power of the album is undeniable.

Tampopo
Film

‘Food at 24 Frames Per Second’ Satisfies a Cinematic Appetite

In the opening scene of “Tampopo,” a man dressed in a white tuxedo and seated in a theater looks into the camera and says, “So you’re at a movie, too. What are you eating?”

Morris on Mozart
College Life

Morris on Mozart

Choreographer Mark Morris, and film critic Richard Dyer AM '64 discuss Mozart in Sanders Theater on Wednesday night. Morris lit up the auditorium with colorful musings on classical music, dance, and his career.

DunsterHouseOperaRehearsal
On Campus

DunsterHouseOperaRehearsal

DunsterHouseOperaRehearsal2
On Campus

DunsterHouseOperaRehearsal2

Wrangham
On Campus

Week in Photos: Arts (2/02/2010)

BRATTLE STREET PLAYERS
Music

BRATTLE STREET PLAYERS

The Brattle Street Chamber players persented their afall concert on Friday in Paine Hall featuring a new piece by Forrest O'Connor.

"Sunny Side Up!" student art
On Campus

"Sunny Side Up!" student art

Students celebrate the experience of overcoming obstacles at the “Sunny Side Up!” art exhibition in the Women’s Center. Curater Matthews Mmopi ‘11 hopes the exhibit will inspire others to “reflect on our past experiences . . . and be joyful for having overcome!”