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Sorrel L. Nielsen

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On Campus

Taking A First Look At The Arts First Weekend

A selection of Arts First events not to miss.

On Campus

Harvard Poets Celebrated for Arts First

On Sunday, April 29, poetic stylings as different as those of e. e. Cummings, Class of 1915, and Wallace Stevens, Class of 1897-1900, will meet during the event “Poetry at Harvard: A Love Story” in the Agassiz Theater.

On Campus

Blue Note Honored by Harvard’s OFA

A guest joined a panel discussion on April 12 about the rich history of jazz’s preeminent recording label, Blue Note Records.


Blues Rockers Shake Up the Music World with Stunning Debut

The band’s music sparks with humor and explodes into bristling rage without ever losing the deep thrum of heart rending, bluesy warmth that marks Alabama Shakes as a powerful, daring band.


HRDC Rocks With the Bard

"Twelfth Night" is transported to a music festival in the HRDC's raucous new production.


New Scores Do the Talking for Keaton

Boston composer Brendan Cooney performed his original scores to three Buster Keaton silent films.

Student Life

Hook-up Culture Leaves Students Wanting

A presentation on hook-up culture one of the many comprising Harvard’s first annual Sex Week, was sponsored by Sexual Health Education & Advocacy Throughout Harvard College and the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response.


THEESatisfaction Soar in Psychedelic Debut

The two rappers assert this skillful lyricism early on, and “awE naturalE” is enthralling as a result.

On Campus

Shock Not Schlock in ‘Talk Radio’ at the Ex

"Talk Radio" impressed audiences with its visceral intensity at the Loeb Ex before spring break.

On Campus

Hot Mess

"Hot Mess" comes to the Loeb Ex on Feb 24

On Campus

Portrait of An Artist: Teake '12

Poet and acrobatic performer Teake talks about his journey into the world of spoken word poetry