Crimson staff writer
Alyssa A. Botelho
Lab Rat of the Week: Ryan R. Christ '13, Model-Builder at Heart
Ryan R. Christ ’13 has always loved making models of how things work. When his mother gave him a library card at age eight, he went straight for “the molecule books” to make little drawings of how atoms turned into earthly matter and living things.
Wilson frames “The Social Conquest of Earth” as a dialogue with painter Paul Gauguin, who penned on the canvas of his 1897 Tahitian masterpiece: “Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going?”
Dance Program Uses An Innovative Design
The Harvard Dance Program uses a creative design for this year's program.
Nissinen's "Nutcracker" A Lavish Holiday Tradition
Sporting a velvet cape and a mysterious aura, Herr Drosselmeier knows how to cast a spell. With a small wooden ...
Five Movie Moments That Just Make You Feel Like Dancing
For me, there’s nothing better than a film with a great dance sequence—the kind that propels you off the couch ...
The Family Van Makes Boston a Healthier City
Founded in 1992 by current Medical School Dean for Students Nancy E. Oriol, The Family Van hits the streets of Boston six days a week.
Mutant Protein Is Key to Fighting Ebola Virus
The African Ebola filovirus is a master hijacker. Co-opting a host cell’s cargo-transport system, an Ebola virus passes undetected through a cell’s outer membrane and overtakes the host’s molecular machinery for its own proliferation.
Johnson Melds Dance and Harvard Academia
In her sparkling white-walled office at the Harvard Dance Center, Jill Johnson described the study of épaulement: the placement of ...
Jorma Elo Reimagines ‘A Night at the Ballet’
In the Boston Ballet’s February press release, famed choreographer Jorma Elo said of his newest production, “I hope the audience ...
Boston Ballet Displays A Contemporary Flair
Last Friday, the Harvard Dance Center’s Studio 1 was transformed into a black box theater. Boston Ballet’s Artistic Director Mikko Nissinen told his audience, “I hope to show the progress of the art form through the eyes of contemporary repertoire.”