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Suzannah Omonuk.

A poem for Venus

Divinity School student gives voice to an enslaved young woman on campus in the 18th century

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Magic show on Zoom.

With a wave of the wand

Two student magicians make the art of prestidigitation reappear on campus

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Four people speaking over zoom.

Who is this museum for?

Experts discuss how displays and artifacts reflect choices about whose story is told, and how and why

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T.S. Eliot

Let us listen then, you and I

Woodberry Poetry Room marks its 90th anniversary with online readings by contemporary greats and older recordings by T.S. Eliot

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Laurie Anderson.

O Superwoman

Avant-garde artist Laurie Anderson brings her unique style to the Norton Lectures

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Ingrid Bergman Humphrey Bogart.

We’ll always have ‘Casablanca’

COVID, winter have narrowed Valentine’s Day options, but Brattle’s online screening will keep its romantic movie tradition alive

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Screenshot of app Digital Sanctuaries.

Soundwalking around Harvard

Claire Chase’s first-year seminar creates Digital Sanctuaries, now available as an app

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Glee Clubs

Voices raised in glee

Three choral clubs mesh, this time virtually, to celebrate diversity, fellowship

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Choir in Memorial Church.

Here they come a-caroling

The Memorial Church and the Harvard University Choir will present a virtual Christmas Eve service

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Beethoven

Beethoven at 250

Harvard composers consider his wide-reaching legacy

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Dancers on Zoom screen.

Strictly Ballzoom

A little thing like a virtual semester can’t stop the Harvard dance team

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