Ryan T. Kapur ’20, Samuel D. Rosner 20’, and Anna M. Schuliger ’20 portray the pirate king, his apprentice Frederic, and a piratical “maid-of-all-work,” Mabel during the Harvard-Radcliffe Gilbert and Sullivan Players’ opening performance of The Pirates of Penzance on Friday night.
In addition to evoking strong creeper-van-kidnapper vibes, the track title “Get Into My Car” also calls to mind Billy Ocean’s 1988 single “Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car,” confirming this writer’s long-held suspicion that every installment of contemporary pop culture has a superior 80’s precursor.
Meredith Blake moderates a panel consisting of Kate Akkaya, JD, Dr. Denis Sullivan, and H.E. Reem Abu Hassan while Dr. Amira Ahmed Mohamed contributes via Skype at a live recording of a Humanitarian Assistance Podcast episode concerning the Syrian refugee crisis at the Center for Middle Eastern Studies on Wednesday.
A vendor prepares his produce before the Science Center Plaza farmers' market officially opens on Tuesday morning.
Despite the fact that the film concludes with various Syrian residents and refugees talking about their dreams for the future, “Cries From Syria” does not aspire to be an uplifting work.
Sitting in on a rehearsal with new Harvard Dance Program lecturer Mario A. Zambrano, the only thing more striking than his expertise is the easy rapport he has with his students. Zambrano is a former member of Batsheva Dance Company and a published novelist. He’s also danced with Ballet Frankfurt, Nederlands Dans Theater, and Hubbard Street Dance Chicago. An award-winning artist, Zambrano teaches two new for-credit courses this semester, “Deconstructing a Novel into Dance,” and “GAGA: Movement Language Created by Ohad Naharin.” The Crimson sat down with him to learn about his career and new role at Harvard.
Morgan Parker delivers once again with this newest book, a daring look at what it is like to come of age in America.
The diversity and enthusiasm of each piece made the evening a true pleasure.
Director Adam Kassim had high expectations to live up to with the play’s debut production at the Boston Playwright’s Theatre. He did not disappoint.
Climate Protester Thrown to the Ground After Interrupting Joe Manchin’s Harvard IOP Talk
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Harvard Law School Dean John Manning ’82 Named Interim Provost by Garber
Larry Summers’ Undisclosed Corporate Ties Threaten Harvard’s Credibility
The Painful Progress of Native American Repatriation