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Haley A. Rue

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Recovery of the Artist

For performing artists practicing their crafts at a high level, the threat of injury is ever looming. When a dancer, musician or singer is sidelined by a performance-related injury, the rehabilitation process can be a frightening and lengthy process that may or may not end in recovery. In the field of performance-related rehabilitation, the focus has shifted to prevention. Often performance-related injuries are avoidable, but many performers are unaware of what they are doing wrong.

Artist Spotlight: Helen Mirren

Dame Helen Mirren received The Hasty Pudding's Woman of the Year award and discusses her career and past roles with The Crimson.

Fall weather invites students to read on the steps of Widener, professors to hold office hours at outdoor cafés, and tourists to gawk at us all while doing so. #HarvardinAutumn

And so the pilgrims and the Indians shared the traditional fall drink of the Pumpkin-Spiced Latté, the remnants of which would be left on Mass Ave for all posterity. #HarvadinAutumn

The soft lighting of a fall sunset transforms Annenberg into a majestic castle, Mass Hall into a quaint colonial, and Canaday into… nope, it’s still Canaday. #HarvardinAutumn