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Elite Choral Fellows Perform As They Prepare To Bid Director Adieu

University Organist and Choirmaster Murray Forbes Somerville calls them “the best and brightest” of Harvard’s vocalists. Culled from the Harvard

Author Questions Toxic Energy Sources

Devra Lee Davis, author of 2002 National Book Award finalist When Smoke Ran Like Water, told an audience of Harvard

Famed Cinematographer Visits the Brattle

As a 50th birthday present to itself, the Brattle Film Foundation plans to host a series of special events this

Center Restores Sargent Murals

John Singer Sargent had a singular talent for swathing his portrait subjects in an exotic and provocative mystique. His famed

Jorge Luis Borges’ Works Find a Home at Harvard

Seventeen years after his death and nearly 35 years after his brief tenure at Harvard, writer Jorge Luis Borges is

Epigrams, Advice Fill Mailer’s New Book

Thoughts on Writing by Norman K. Mailer ’43—a hodgepodge of literary interviews, prefaces, essays, anecdotes and aphorisms—would seem little more

Crowley: Lost in Translation

The exiled Russian novelist Vladimir Nabokov once wrote that Lolita was the record of his love affair with the English

Eliot Book Room Exhibits Treasures

About 40 students got a rare peek at even rarer letters and books Sunday afternoon as Eliot House celebrated the