Annette Samuels, caught between classes
Photograph by Jacob Sweet/Harvard Magazine
Annette Samuels ’55 goes back to class.
Fowler, with phones old and new. The dozens in his desk drawer are useful when reviewing current models. “I put a lot of work into trying not to fall into the trap of buying a thing because it’s new,” he says.
Photograph by Patrick Tehan
Geoffrey Fowler tackles the “great reckoning” with privacy.
At the 2019 Artlake Festival in Germany, Chen (in red skirt) and artist Annique Delphine (pink skirt) lead Heal Her, a traveling workshop of collective storytelling and art for sexual-violence survivors.
Photograph by Molly Baber
Lena Chen transforms trauma into art and performance.
The Kupermans choreographed the 2019 musical Alice By Heart, a retelling of Alice in Wonderland set during the London Blitz
Photograph by Deen Van Meer
The brothers Kuperman—choreographers, directors, and storytellers
Ali Sethi brings the Sanders Theatre crowd to its feet during a concert last spring. His Harvard mentor, Ali Asani (right, in suit and tie), joined him on stage.
Photograph by Jake Belcher/Courtesy of the Office for the Arts at Harvard
Singer Ali Sethi finds his voice in classical Pakistani music.
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(1 of 4) Harrison Greenbaum’s What Just Happened? combines his two creative obsessions: comedy and magic.
Photograph by Todd Seidenberg
For Harrison Greenbaum, it began with “Pick a card….”
A.O. Scott at the Quad Cinema, New York City.
Photograph by Robert Adam Mayer
Special thanks to The Quad Cinema, 34 West 13th St. New York , New York
A.O. Scott on watching and reviewing a lot of movies
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At a gathering, circa 1918, of leaders of the Liberty League, Trotter sits in the first row (fifth from right).
Photograph courtesy of the Hubert Harrison Papers, Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University Library
Brief life of a black radical: 1872-1934