The show succeeded through not only its expert musicianship and production design but also its faithfulness to the sound and energy of Clinton's genre-defining work.
Children’s toys: offensive or not? In a moderated discussion on Feb. 8, professor Robin Bernstein posited that racism often exists in unlikely objects and concepts of a culture. Raggedy Ann, a widely recognized stuffed doll of the American childhood experience, is one such unexpected preserve of racism.
Though Du Bois was one of Harvard University’s most dedicated advocates and most esteemed graduates, Harvard never quite welcomed him into the fold.
"A Journey to the West" combines Eastern and Western, old and new, and students and staff members for an original classical concert.
The Harvard Pops bring out the gregarious side of Brad Ellis, pianist on hit TV show “Glee”
Though too much rational thinking may expose the gaps in the logic of "The Next Three Days", its soul is firmly rooted in its believable, relatable, and thoroughly real emotions.
Originally, Sugarman and Rosenbaum imagined the Showcase as an event for singers, but they were then inspired to include artists from other disciplines. “Ideally we would love this to be something that all artists on campus would go to,” Rosenbaum says.
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