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‘Fell in Love’ Explores Obsession, Blindness

“You are beginning to lose your sight. You know that what you see now will be the last of what

Harvard Square Center of Performing Smarts

Dr. Thomas Michel ’77 considers himself the leading accordionist among the deans of Harvard Medical School. During the summer, the

African, Irish Influence in 'Seven'

With no titles to label them, the artwork featured in “Seven” serves as an invitation to journey into the lives

'Vagina' Welcoming to Actors

“Common Casting can be daunting,” says Lei’La’ R. Bryant ’11, one of the directors of “The Vagina Monologues.” “In the

Harvard Notables Passionate for Arts

With the American economy in crisis and once attractive investment and consulting jobs looking less than their best, students are

Seminars Offer Freshmen Time in Studio

Years before President Drew G. Faust created the Task Force on the Arts in 2007 to examine the role that

Silenced Voices Finally Speak Out in 'Perkins 28'

In 2002, The Harvard Crimson discovered an 82-year-old secret. Eight Harvard men were tried and expelled in 1920 on the

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Kalpanam Crosses Cultures

In the past four years, the Harvard South Asian Association has aimed to educate audiences about Indian classical dance with

The Rich Folklore of Club Passim

“I look back on it and it was history in the making, but who knows it’s history when you’re just

‘Sketches!!’ Seeks Wider Talent Base

What do you get when you leave seven of Harvard’s undergraduate writers in a room? According to the Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic

‘Twelfth Night’ Moved to the 20s

Shakespeare and speakeasies may not be a common match, but the Hyperion Shakespeare Company hopes it proves to be an


Following on the heels of “21,” “Deal” is a similar movie from director Gil Cates Jr. about a college student-cum-card


O’Hara Jumpstarts Harvard’s Momentum

New energy was sparked into the baseball team during their doubleheader against Brown last Saturday as freshman Sean O’Hara stepped

'A' Is For April: Adams House Celebrates Poetry With Art

Ever been intimidated by poetry? Then Adams House has you in mind as it hosts several events in celebration of

Fiddling With New Music

“The violin was the instrument that carried our culture,” Mark O’Connor said in a recent talk at Sanders Theatre. “The