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Erica A. Sheftman

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911 Ten Years Later

Shoes on the Bridge

On September 11, 2001, my mom brought me to Wagner for my second day of middle school, a little before 8 a.m. My memories of the morning are tainted by the pain of my new shoes.

Harvard in the World

Interactive Justice, From the Comfort of Your Own Bed

Harvard professor Michael J. Sandel hosted his own call-in show this Sunday in a live, interactive discussion via the telephone. ...

Harvard in the World

Moral Reasoning, A Ballet in One Act

Ever find yourself wondering what Professor Michael J. Sandel is up to when he isn't teaching philosophy on TV? Well this past weekend, he was at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, performing a variation from "The Sleeping Beauty" in anticipation of its New York City Ballet opening.

Men's Ice Hockey

Harvard Falls to Ivy Foe Again

In what might be called the battle of the bottom dwellers—both came into the match with just one win in 12 games combined in-league—the Bears escaped once again last night, winning 4-1 after netting two empty net goals in the last 45 seconds of the game.



Motherhood didn’t quite work out for Uma Thurman when she was Quentin Tarantino’s yellow-suited Bride in “Kill Bill.” But in ...

Harvard Celebrates Centennial of the Ballet Russes

“There is something about the profession of impresario, the entire tribe of them, that has fascinated me ever since I

SPOTLIGHT: Misa Kuranaga

Misa Kuranaga may be a tiny little thing, but she is an absolute spitfire. At 10 years old, she was

'Witness'ing the Interplay Between Arts and Rights

“Aspirations in the Arts and Humanities are not an indulgent form of free play for the benevolent or indulgent imagination,”

A Classic Holiday Ballet

Ballet enthusasists track the passage of time in terms of a ballet company’s spring season, winter season, and “The Nutcracker.”

Composer Talks Music with Panel

Forty years ago, John C. Adams ’69 was the first Harvard undergraduate to submit an original composition as his senior

L’Ormindo Laughs and Romances

“Una donna, due uomini.” Italian for “one woman, two men,” this timeless dramatic formula of the calamitous, star-crossed love-triangle has

'Legally Blonde' Has Ambitions

It takes a large capacity for tact to create the cotton candy-powder puff-bubble gum masterpiece that is “Legally Blonde: The

Cinderella Puts On Her Ballet Slippers

There is perhaps no story that has endured as many interpretations, transformations, and mutilations as “Cinderella.” Once upon a time,

Ballet’s Kaleidoscopic ‘Night of Stars’

Like the world outside the theater, the modern audience for ballet has almost unanimously decided that ours is an era