Presented by:Silk Road Project and the Office for the Arts at Harvard, in cooperation with Leverett House Admission: Open to Harvard students and community; preference given to undergraduates. All levels welcome, no experience necessary - please bring a yoga mat if you have one!
TaraMarie Perri’s signature creative teaching style will weave the breath into the dynamically rich soundscape as created by Silk Road Ensemble percussionist Shane Shanahan.
Students will be part of a Yoga class experience like no other. Responding to the muses of movement and music, the body and mind will be lured into the rhythms and spirit of nature and seasonal cycles.
Presented by: The Harvard Coop and The Hasty Pudding Theatre Tickets: Sold Out Full Price: $10.00 (paid admission includes a copy of the book "milk & honey").
rupi kaur "when she was five her mother handed her a paintbrush and said – draw your heart out. rupi kaur views her life as an exploration of that artistic journey. through her poetry and illustrations she engages with love loss trauma healing and femininity. for rupi writing has always been a collective experience. at the age of seventeen she began
The President’s Innovation Challenge prompts the Harvard student body to engage with issues facing the world and discover ways to make the world work better. We challenge you to solve social issues (equitability
Presented by: Harvard's Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Ballets Russes Arts Initiative, and the Harvard Ed Portal Admission: Free; RSVP here Reception: 6 pm; Concert, with Q&A to follow:
Boston’s universities and colleges will take over the ICA on October 4 from 6–9 PM for the ICA’s annual College Night! Located in the city’s hottest neighborhood, the ICA is your entry point to the best of contemporary culture. Join us for this contemporary take on all Boston has to offer: art, food, music, and fun. Read more about College Night at the ICA: The Young and the Curious
Presented by: Harvard Black Students Association Tickets: Full Price: $10.00 How to get tickets:The Harvard Box Office 617-496-2222
Apollo Night is an annual talent showcase featuring student acts from Harvard and surrounding universities who compete for audience approval in the style of the legendary Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York. The event is produced by the Black Students Association.
Mike Thornton who plays Trump, Bill Clinton, Al Gore, George “W” Bush, and compresses the craziness that was the 2016 Presidential Election into a 10 minute “spoonerism," says: “All bets went out the window. We are now taking on the formidable comedic task of lightening up a multitude of distraught Capitol Steps fans. The response has been profound and wonderful.” Read more about The Capitol Steps Post Election Therapy Show