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“Door to Hell,” a giant, molten hole in Darvaza, Turkmenistan

Framing the Caspian Sea

Photographer documents the region through the lens of the area’s natural resources


Dancers performing the Gaga dance technique at a class

Flowing together

With twisting and floating movements, Harvard Gaga dance course teaches students and community members to listen to their bodies


Performers dancing and singing

‘East Side’ story

Student-penned musical puts the spotlight on the Asian Student Arts Project


Audience members listen as students tell their stories as part of the Transcript Project.

Stories get an A+

Students celebrate the transforming experiences behind their grades


Five Beauties Rising by Willie Cole.

Seeing beauty in the mundane

Artist Willie Cole uses everyday objects like ironing boards to ‘reveal the spirit’ within


Supermodel Coco Rocha teaches students how to pose.

Strutting their stuff

Championing community and belonging, the Identities Fashion Show gives students a professional experience in the world of couture


Christina Thompson at the Peabody Museum.

The greatest migration

Harvard Review’s Thompson explores the history and mystery of Polynesian navigation


Performers Kristyn Kuennen/Topher Wright (from left), Ethan Balk/Dr. Cool Ethan, Mara Balk/Twinkerbell (hidden), and Corey Williams/Anisa Love onstage at Radcliffe's Knafel Center.

What a (spirited) drag

Live performance and transformation accompany deep discussion at Radcliffe of gender and identity


The Glee Club rehearses.

Glee Club to honor W.E.B. Du Bois

Choral concert will pay homage to the scholar, author, and Civil Rights leader who as a student was denied entry to the group


Jo Yang in rehearsal, diving underwater.

Song of the sea

‘Endlings’ playwright imagines lives both similar to and different from her own