Adabelle U. Ekechukwu
Her freshman year, Lam started from scratch. “I got interested because my roommate here was a singer. I joined the choir she was in—the Harvard University Choir—and then started taking lessons. Now I sing pretty much every day."
Ever since she was a little girl growing up in Norfolk, England, Georgina B. Parfitt ’13 knew she wanted to be a writer. But her talents extend beyond ink and paper: this year, she will be the puppeteer for the play “Sea Change,” which will be put on at the Loeb Drama Center during Arts First.
Woo identifies as a composer—but even to him, that title sounds a bit strange. “Composer evokes classical European guys, and that’s not exactly the sense in which I think of it,” Woo says. For him, the goal is to write music that is accessible.
The Harvard JAMS (January Arts and Media Seminars) gave members of the Harvard and Cambridge communities the opportunity to explore the arts during Wintersession.
Harvard psychology professor Steven Pinker discusses why violence has been diminishing for millennia and and we may be living in the most peaceful time in our species' existence.
Emperor Saturninus, played by Caleb J. Thompson '14, and Queen of the Goths Tamora, played by Sara S. Lytle '13, converse closely about their upcoming nupitals.
Eli E. Kahn '13 as Bassianus lays dead as his wife Lavinia, played by Alice Abracen '15, expresses grief over his murder.
Titus' hand and the head of his son lay discarded on the floor.
Aaron S. Graham-Horowitz '15 as Marcus Andronicus, brother to Titus, addresses the conflict on who shall become the next emperor of Rome.
The celebrated Roman general Titus Andronicus, played by Joshua O. Wilson '13, listens to Saturninus' plea to crown him the new emperor.
A nurse presents the Moor Aaron, played by Spencer J. Horne '14, with his bastard child, as Demetrius, played by Jesse T. Nee-Vogelman '13, watches on.
After years of filing uncataloged items in cabinets, the Harvard Art Museums Archives has upgraded to a digitally accessible and more organized system.
After earning a national ranking as high as No. 4, junior co-captain Walter Peppelman finished eigth at the NCAA tournament in March. Peppelman finished the season with a 29-7 record in the 157-pound weight class, bringing his career win total to 92. Peppelman also recorded 11 falls, a team high.
Sophomore Chelsey Newman tallied two goals and one assist—tying career highs in both statistical categories—to help the Harvard women’s lacrosse team take home its second straight win Wednesday night.