"Wonderful Town" opens tonight on the Loeb Mainstage. The Leonard Bernstein show is a Golden Age musical like "Bye Bye Birdie" or "Oklahoma!" A 17-piece orchestra and colorful set bring to life the production's tale of a move to the Big Apple.
Kristina S. Hu '16 plays an original piano rendition of Levels by Avicii in one of the music practice rooms of Paine Hall on a Friday afternoon. Hu has a YouTube channel, The Unsung Heroine, where she performs her compositions, remakes of well-known electronic music.
Allies of MassEquality gather to encourage support of marriage equality in light of the United States Supreme Court justices discussing the historic cases of Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) on Tuesday and Wednesday. Democratic U.S Senate candidate Edward J. Markey, who is endorsed by MassEquality, also spoke at the Tuesday rally.
Sophomore guard and forward Wesley S. Saunders shares his thoughts about the season with The Harvard Crimson sports editors Catherine E. Coppinger '13 and Andrew R. Mooney '14 while freshman guard Siyani T. Chambers is also interviewed. The press conference took place on Wednesday afternoon at the Lavietes Pavilion.
As part of the Conversations with Kirkland series, the Honorable Felipe J. Calderón Hinojosa, President of Mexico (2006 - 2012) and former Harvard Kennedy School fellow, speaks with students about the state of affairs in Mexico during his presidency and now. The event, moderated by Eric P. Lesser '07 HLS '14, took place on Tuesday afternoon at Kirkland House.
Suzanna E. H. Bobadilla leads discussion on mental health questions submitted by students at the UC Mental Health Town Hall Discussion. Harvard students and administration representatives gathered for the meeting Thursday evening.