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Erica A. Sheftman

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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.

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.

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