Morgan Henry '14 (front) and Jackson Kernion '12 rehearse for Disney Revue, a comedic adaptation of classic Disney songs that opens November 18 in the Adams Pool Theater.
Jackson M. Kernion ’12 plays the Leading Man in HRDC’s production of “Disney Revue.”
A packed room listens to cast members from The Wire talk about their experiences filming the acclaimed HBO series. The event was co-sponsored by the IOP and was moderated by Harvard Law School Professor Charles Ogletree, who will be teaching a class focused on The Wire next semester.
The Harvard sailing team had a fairly busy weekend, competing in three regattas around the Northeast. Led by senior Alan Palmer, the A team in the Sherman Hoyt Trophy came in third place.
Ronald M. Shaich, co-founder of Panera Bread, discusses the advocacy group No Labels, which seeks to move politics away from extreme partisanship.
Neil Landau, co-author of the book 101 Things I Learned in Film School, speaks of his experience as a screenwriter and producer at the Harvard Bookstore. Landau emphasized that every film needs iconic characters and a central conflict.
Harvard students and Boston-area residents gather to pay tribute to the young men and women who have recently lost their lives due to anti-LGBT bullying and those who continue to face harassment.
David Wolfson answers students' questions during a talk on factory farming and animal welfare organized by the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund.