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Alyssa A. Botelho

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Boston Ballet Imbues Coppélia with Spirit

Boston Ballet exhibited not only virtuosity, but also an artistic flair that brought a 140-year-old ballet to life in a world very different from its 1870 premiere.

Heide Hagebolling
Visual Arts

Hagebölling Explores New Intermedia

“Media scenography,” a term coined by Heide Hagebölling, is the union of two classical Greek root words.

On Campus

Musical Celebrates 'Working' Class

Perched atop a ladder, his hardhat glinting under the spotlight, steel worker Mike Dillard (Michael A. Barron ’11) confesses, “Non-recognition ...

Atul Gawande, writing, surgery, checklist

Surgeon Extols the Virtue of Checklists

Atul Gawande discusses how qualified professionals make grave mistakes that could have been prevented by the use of checklists.

Bach Society Orchestra

'Scenes' Jazzes Up BachSoc

The Bach Society Orchestra (BachSoc) gave its third performance of the season this past Saturday in Paine Hall. Under the ...

Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra

HRO Pays Tribute to Kirchner

Sanders Theatre was filled with rich, textured harmony last Friday evening during Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra’s (HRO) third concert of the 2009-2010 season.


Sadler Wins Education Prize

Every year, astronomy lecturer Philip M. Sadler asks his students if they have ever toured an inflatable planetarium dome as a middle or high school student.

Harvard in the World

Harvard Alumni Join National Fiscal Committee

President Barack Obama has appointed two Harvard alumni as members of the bipartisan National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform to devise ways to balance the federal budget.