In what’s supposedly the “climax” of the trilogy, the film fails to bring much excitement.
Charming and sincere, Grace VanderWaal’s performance promises more hits further down the road.
Every Monday between Sept. 11 and Oct. 2, the Harvard Art Museums are displaying six of the ten Marilyn Monroe silkscreen prints by Andy Warhol.
Featuring constant action, against-all-odds survival, and the same reliable characters, “Prison Break” fails to either impress or disappoint its fans.
Although Huxley wrote “Brave New World” in 1931, Harvard-Radcliffe Modern Dance Company’s adaptation expressed the relevance of its themes today through costume, set design, and emotionally expressive dancing.
Sandra Lerner is a painter based in New York whose work explores the intersections between Eastern philosophy and theories in physics and cosmology. Her work is featured in collections around the world, including the Kampo Museum in Kyoto and the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art in Connecticut. Currently, ten of her paintings are on display in the Gutman Gallery, at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education. This exhibit, “Creative Flux,” takes as its theme visual representations of Taoism and modern physics.
The show includes works in a variety of media by 38 student artists across six Harvard schools.
One of the short skits featured in “SKETCH,” “Book Club,” features the unlikely interruption of a literary discussion by a stripper who insists on providing his services.
Dunster residents need to look no further than their house to kickstart their Broadway career.
“We are large. We are cosmic. We are universal. We will not be made small,” Kier W. Zimmerman ’19 writes about women, particularly those interested in STEM, in her director’s note for “The Little Years.”
The successful poet hoped her own fondness for the store could be shared with more undergraduates.