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Charlotte A. Powell

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On Campus

Portrait of an Artist: Rachel M. Saunders

Rachel M. Saunders is the Harvard Art Museums’ Curator of Asian Art and co-curator of the “Painting Edo” exhibition.

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Theater

‘Richard III Would Be In Adams’ And Other Things ‘Exit; Pursued By a Bear’ Can Tell Us About Harvard

Another actor lurched over from under the table, took a sip from the bowl, then finished off the wine, an action Harvard discourages in the wake of Coronavirus, per prior university emails.

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Theater

‘Richard III Would Be In Adams’ And Other Things ‘Exit; Pursued By a Bear’ Can Tell Us About Harvard

Another actor lurched over from under the table, took a sip from the bowl, then finished off the wine, an action Harvard discourages in the wake of coronavirus, per University email.

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Books

‘Real Life,’ An Ineffable Novel Evoking The Deep Self

Brandon Taylor’s debut “Real Life” will consume you. It will gnaw on you at every corner and spit you out. It will make a surgical incision into your consciousness.

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On Campus

‘Painting Edo’ Creates A World ‘Against Gravity’

“It’s almost against gravity,” a patron said of "Painting Edo," the largest temporary exhibit to date at the Harvard Art Museums.

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Theater

What ‘Deal Me Out’ Lacks in Splendor, It Makes Up For In Mario Kart

“Deal Me Out” is an allegorical retelling of the 2016 election more representative of the oppressive mundanity of time than the problems associated with “following the rules.”

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