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Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra rehearsal

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Turning Over an Old Page

Looking to the past, a recent publication by HU Press tells new story of America's literary history to no one in particular

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HRDC Panel Supplies Advice to Theater Hopefuls

Recent alums give enthusiastic advice, sobering realities of theater business

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“Semele” is a rarely performed 18th century opera opening tonight in the New College Theatre. Its cast and crew hope to give it a modern relevance

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‘Semele’ Takes a Modern Tone

New production of 18th century opera brings Greek myth into 1970s

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Uma Gets Personal with the Joys of ‘Motherhood’

“I think it’s interesting that people assume that motherhood isn’t worth a complex portrait in film,” says Katherine Dieckmann. The ...

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Kirwan Returns to Harvard

In the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the Massachusetts Port Authority fell into chaos as revenue plummeted across ...

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Harvard Lands Top Tight End Recruit, Topping Stanford

Tight end Blake Barker, the top high school football recruit in Massachusetts, decommitted from the Palo Alto, Calif. school on Oct. 16 and verbally declared his allegiance to the Crimson football ranks.

ROWING WILD
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ROWING WILD

Sophomore Nigel Munoz, a member of men’s heavyweight crew, has found athletic success in more than just rowing. The London native took a gap year before entering Harvard to bike around the world, and followed that up with an excellent performance in an Ironman triathalon.

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Sophomore Makes Waves In Many Athletic Pursuits

As a teammate, Nigel Munoz commands enormous respect from his peers thanks to his track record—he already holds two of the Crimson heavyweight crew’s erg records for 2000 and 5000 meters—and his ability to exude a quiet dedication to his passions.

King of the Nikhil
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King of the Nikhil

Senior goaltender Nikhil Balaraman has taken on the legacy of former goalie and teammate Jay Connolly ’09. According to Balaraman’s teammates and coach, he has filled the space more than adequetely.

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Spirited Goalie Carries on Legacy

Take a look at the Harvard men’s water polo team’s lineup and something clearly stands out–other than a few players from Eastern Europe or New England, the Crimson’s roster is remarkably dominated by Californians. “There’s something about the team, the fact that most of us have the shared experience of not being from east coast places,” goalie Nikhil Balaraman said. “We can commiserate in the snow and all that terrible stuff that none of us had seen before.” Balaraman is a senior originally from the San Diego area, who despite the drastic change in weather, has established himself as an important part of the water polo team here at Harvard.

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Re-Act

Presenting visual media from the AIDS activist movement, “ACT UP New York” hopes to spark dialogue on campus

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“Proof,” which runs in the Loeb Ex until tomorrow, deals with the descent towards insanity of Catherine, the daughter of a brilliant mathematician.

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Proving the Links of Math and Art

New play in Loeb Ex examines nature of math and our emotional instability

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