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Anjali R. Itzkowitz

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On Campus

The Maestro's Medley

Opera is a vital form whose renowned tradition—far from being anachronistic—is perpetually relevant and whose boundaries are still being pushed today at Harvard.

Music

Destroyer Loses Their Charm on Apathetic Latest

“Kaputt” starts waning at its start, its meager nine tracks blending into one apathetic, indistinguishable hour of limp vocals and languishing beats.

Music

Ethnic Art Bypasses Boundaries

November 5 marked the start of the Hindu festival of Diwali, the most important festival in the Hindu calendar. Diwali—which ended November 9—coincided with a generous offering of South Asian cultural events at Harvard, including performances of dance and music by students and professional artists alike.

Music

Portrait of an Artist: Juan Carlos Valdes Fernandez '11

Music

‘National Ransom’ Reaches Ambitious Heights

“National Ransom” undoubtedly jumps around, but it is such a pleasurable journey that one can forgive the bumps in the road.

Film

‘Stone’ Embraces Moral Ambiguity

A man stumbles drunkenly down a dark alleyway in pursuit of his victim, pins him against a wall, and holds a revolver to his neck. It’s a familiar scene, but in John Curran’s “Stone,” it is parole officer Jack Mabry (Robert De Niro) who brandishes the gun, and convicted criminal “Stone” (Ed Norton) who finds himself within inches of his life

On Campus

Hersh Chides Obama On Foreign Policy

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh delivered a grim forecast on the state of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and ...

Music

‘False Priest’ Delivers Contrived Sermon

The ancient Athenians, though mighty, were doomed to destruction and ruin—and by the sounds of their latest album, “False Priest,” ...

On Campus

Bauer Transforms Lobby for ‘The Blue Flower’

Visual artist Ruth Bauer plans to lead students in workshops to create a multimedia exhibit in the Loeb Drama Center lobby.

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