Although refreshingly radical in bent and creatively written, Gasoline Rainbow failed to satisfy Friday night at the Adams Kronauer Space.
The seven-member all-woman cast of HRDC’s Top Girls did full justice to a solid script by British playright Caryl Churchill
A dynamic script and creative staging contributed to this weekend’s insightful and polished performance of Private Eyes . Exploring the
Ajax Kronauer Space, December 11-13 Directed by Brian R. Fairley ’05 Produced by Nick B. Sylvester ’04 and Will I.
The cast and crew of Ajax made admirable use of the small, cramped Kronauer Space this weekend. Spectators were crowded
A rich blend of harmonies and impeccable execution distinguished the concert “Mostly Motets,” presented by the Radcliffe Choral Society and
Bach Society Orchestra Paine Hall, October 31 Conducted by Alexander S. Misono ’04 The Bach Society Orchestra kicked off
The appearance of wreaths on lampposts and the Milky Way strewn across Mass. Ave. means that holiday season is here,
Members of the Harvard Republican Club (HRC) said yesterday that candidates may have tried to influence the election's outcome by
Robert R. Porter '02 was elected president of the Harvard Republican Club last night, as a record number of dues-paying
As of Monday afternoon, the Student Affairs Committee of the Undergraduate Council had just one definite application for its $1,000
An emaciated baby wrapped in blood-red strips of cloth bursts from the frame of Penelope Sipis's photograph "AIDS--Baby--Africa"--a picture of
Pulling an all-nighter for that big test tomorrow? Put the books down and get some sleep. A new study released
As hard as it is to say it, Ricky Martin's sex appeal is limited and has gotten old. The butt-shaking
The Harvard Islamic Society (HIS) kicked off its annual celebration of Islamic Awareness Week on Sunday with a "Night of