Dunster House Opera returns to Strauss classic "Die Fledermaus" for this year's production.
Three Harvard undergraduates and one Harvard Medical School students number among the 32 Rhodes Scholars announced today.
After nearly three weeks and ten bids, a piece of Facebook history goes to a lucky unknown for $30,201.
Devoid of frilly tutus, glittery crowns, and any sparkling set design, the Harvard Ballet Company (HBC) presented “Barre None” this past weekend, showcasing ballet in its purest form.
On October 26, 1977, the day after his mother died, French philosopher and literary theorist Roland Barthes began the “Mourning Diary”—a series of reflections written on small pieces of paper the size of index cards, that he kept through September 15, 1979.
Although in parts, “Doo Wops and Hooligans” can seem unfocused, the songs seem to blend mellifluously because Mars’s voice is out of this world.
Alex W. Palmer ’12 is like the quintessential Harvard student in that despite the casual demeanor, he is anything but typical.