Pointe of Departure
Turning and Leaping in “Momentum,” Harvard Ballet Company stretches the limits of extracurricular dance.
Ho Leaves Harvard Legacy After Career-Ending Injury
<p>With all the odds Cheng Ho’s already overcome, the senior running back deserves better than to watch his Harvard football career end with a lisfranc (mid-foot) sprain suffered last week during practice.</p>
‘The Wire’ Lays It On the Line
Sprawled on a couch, bloodshot eyes fixed on the screen, five hours into the third season: this is not the ...
HUB Marches Through Time
Band invites alums to celebrate its 90th anniversary with a medley of events
Looking A‘head’ to the Egyptian Afterlife
In 1915, when a team of archaeologists from Harvard and the Museum of Fine Arts cracked open a tomb in ...
Aiming to educate a Western viewer, Islamic art on campus balances social and aesthetic value
Organizations Use Art for Accessibility
Finance and astronomy may not be completely incomprehensible, but in some ways, the technical jargon and inherent speciality of these ...
Reaching the End of the Silk Road
The phenomenon of multiculturalism in today’s world often becomes so muddled and clichéd that the cultures represented become vitiated and ...
High School Gets Gleeky
I didn’t want to like “Glee.” It first entered my consciousness last May when a friend told me about the ...
Kucharczyk Welcomes Challenge of Two Teams
Nina Kucharczyk puts a new spin on being busy, even for a Harvard student. Aside from balancing classes, clubs, and a social life, the New York native is competing on not one, but two varsity athletic teams. Officially recruited for lacrosse, Kucharczyk recently joined the field hockey team as a walk-on after participating in a few practices with the Crimson squad. The key to her success—love for sports.