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A life of its own

DetailThe Harvard Advocate launches the Women’s Issue with a series of free events featuring students and professionals including graphic memoirist Amy Kurzweil and fiction writer Samantha Hunt.

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Setting the tempo

xxConducting an orchestra or ensemble is demanding. It also offers students deep and detailed exposure and experience to leadership qualities in the world of music. A roundup of Harvard students and professionals discuss their roles and reasons for pursuing the baton. 

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Deeply fascinated

Jo Yang during a rehearsal of Endlings Photo by Jonathan CarrDirector Sammi Cannold HGSE '16 talks about the pool that is 40-feet deep and the women's story at the center of the new play Endlings at American Repertory Theater.

By Truelian Lee ’21... Read more about Deeply fascinated

Time for jazz!

hornLooking for jazz instrumentalists and vocalists to jam with? The OFA has you covered with an open Jazz Jam Session on Feb. 15. 

 By Gareth Anderson '19... Read more about Time for jazz!

We are giants

Beale StreetBarry Jenkins' newest film If Beale Street Could Talk inspires one student to think more deeply about Black mythology, Black giants and the power of storytelling. The film opens nationally on December 14. 

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Playing in the spectra

Ashley TataAshley Tata hopes her mixed media adaptation of Weimar-era creativity will teach students about art making and offer audience members an emotional experience that resonates beyond an hour. The TDM show s.i.n.s.o.f.u.s. runs Dec. 6-9 at Farkas Hall. 

By OFA Communications Coordinator Mariam Syed

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Writers gotta write

Min Jin Lee by Tony RinaldoIf you want to write something, "reality can't stop you," says Radcliffe Fellow and bestselling author Min Jin Lee. She is the guest artist at an Office for the Arts lunch for students on Nov. 28.

By Truelian Lee ’21... Read more about Writers gotta write