Piñatas, komodo dragons, a dog that turns into a human: These wacky sights, among others, will take the stage at Farkas Hall this weekend during Harvard’s production of Naomi Iizuka’s 1999 comedy “Aloha, Say the Pretty Girls.”
Sanford V. Levinson, a visiting law professor from the University of Texas Law School, talks about the constitutionality of the sanctions on single-gender organizations at an event organized by the Harvard Federalist Society and the Harvard American Constitution Society.
Elizabeth C. Keto once fell asleep in Lamont, and her life will never be the same.
“We have statues to pee on,” says one of the characters, a Harvard student, while encouraging another to hurry up in “Little to Do with Anything.” Kirkland Drama Society’s newest production—its annual, very loose adaptation of a Shakespeare farce—is a version of “Much Ado About Nothing,” relocated to Cape Cod and set a week before graduation.
Honestly, the worst thing for a turkey to do right now is be sighted in America as Thanksgiving looms in the future. Watch out, Harvard turkeys! Some hungry person is coming after you with forks and knives (and hopefully some seasoning!)