Posted by Alice on October 10, 2011 at 10:26 pm
The fourth and penultimate installment of our series on “Famous Freshmen.”
4. Ansel Duff
Giving his best killer look.
Ansel who, you might ask.
Well, we are kind of running out of freshmen celebrities by now, and he might not ring as many bells as the previous two did. But in all fairness, Ansel Duff is definitely a guy to watch out for.
First of all, he’s got this band:
…which he started with Alex and Ian Mothe during Christmas break of his junior year in high school. Within only a few months, they made quite a name for themselves in New Bedford, Massachusetts, drumming up support through various local gigs and band tours. The Anchors also garnered some name recognition for themselves through features in local newsletters.
In his senior year, Ansel decided to fly solo. He spent all summer recording two original songs: “Stay the Course” and “Colours Fade” (both of which have been launched on iTunes), and so began to establish a legit reputation as the “Ansel Duff.”
Get the picture? Good. You might want to know that the guy also happens to be tall and attractive, with a pair of large, sensitive-looking brown eyes that exude the sincere charms of an artist (definitely a feature that will come in handy to convince his fans that he means every word he sings). So ladies (and half of Harvard boys as well), if you don’t like his music, just plug your ears and let yourself get carried away by his irresistibly shy, melancholic smile. It works, trust me.
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Posted by The Voice Staff on April 18, 2011 at 10:00 pm
Posted by N. Oo on March 10, 2011 at 12:45 am
No seriously. A few guys in Leverett are playing the Lev Housing Video with music on to the Old Quincy side wall (the wall facing Leverett). Check it out, people!
Posted by The Voice Staff on February 9, 2011 at 12:15 am
This week’s playlist is a Valentine’s Day Mix with a bittersweet twist! We present to you a variety of “single jingles”, for all you n+nones.
Have no shame, babycakes! According to our tracklist, you’re Ridin’ Solo, you’re Stronger, you’re Good to Yourself, you’re a Survivor…. you’re a Creep who’s going to… Sleep Alone? Whoops! Well, in any case, this playlist is for you!
Check out the playlist below or stream it through the sidebar!
Posted by N. Oo on February 4, 2011 at 4:00 pm
Remember that old movie about some guy who got killed and then came back to steal four million dollars and hang out with Whoopi Goldberg? Yes we’re talking about that movie: Ghost. So, the point now is that you can replicate the experience tonight! Or at least the experience of doing pottery before Patrick Swayze dies in the movie (or in real life, for that matter).
The Office of the Arts, in an attempt to promote the almost nonexistent interest in arts (as everyone flocks to the hard sciences), and our perhaps slightly not very lively social “life”, is throwing a “Clay All Night” studio party tonight from 8.30 to 1, free for all undergraduate HUID carriers (which means for those non-Harvardians reading this post, you should go rob a Harvard undergraduate for his/her ID if you want to come).
So if you have nothing to do tonight or are seeking a last minute date location, you should come and Clay All Night! Get it? C(P)lay all night? Yes, the OFA is very punny.
For more information: http://www.ofa.fas.harvard.edu/ceramics/can.php
You'll be doing this, except maybe not with Demi Moore. We sure hope you won't be doing this with Patrick Swayze (too soon?).
Posted by Grace Sun on October 2, 2010 at 2:33 pm
There was Hit Me Baby One More Time! Get your Teen Spirit on, cause you know you want it that way. It ain’t nuthin’ but a G thang, baby got back.
What: I <3 the 90′s (the dance)
When: Saturday, October 2nd, 10 pm-2 am
Where: Pfoho Dining Hall
This Saturday, at ten o’clock
Will be the night of all the talk
For there will be a dance, you see
For him and her and you and meAnd it will be to reminisce
About a decade that we miss
The 90′s dance is where to go
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Posted by The Voice Staff on September 20, 2010 at 10:17 am
You know what we hate about panels? Sometimes “Open to the Public” gives a smelly, crazy vagrant the chance to pop a squat indoors. More mundanely though, speakers will deflect any and all questions, dropping a tangential bit of knowledge as a diversion, leaving the audience a little dissatisfied and confused. But you know what we love about panels? When rock stars get invited to talk. All of these things were present tonight at the Oberon for a panel discussion of the American Repertory Theater’s production of Cabaret with some strange bedfellows:
- Homi Bhabha (a rock star, if the Humanities Center at Harvard had one… the man has written so many books)
- Charles Maier (Harvard, Professor of History)
- Carol Oja (Harvard, Professor of Music)
- Martin Puchner (Harvard, Professor of English and Comparative Literature)
- Amanda [Fucking] Palmer (Emcee in the ART’s Cabaret, and actual rockstar: The Dresden Dolls, Evelyn Evelyn)
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