Alexandra D. Hoffer

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Berkman Center Awarded Grant

Researchers at Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society were recently awarded a $600,000 grant to conduct a three-year study

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Review: Faust Amuses, Confuses in the Ex

Faust 1 Loeb Experimental Theater, October 31 - November 8 Directed by Clint J. Froehlich ’05 Produced by Rebecca Kastleman

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Review: Guare's 'Six Degrees' Connects in the Ex

Six Degrees of Separation Loeb Ex, October 23-25 Six Degrees of Separation, the 1990 play by John Guare, may nowadays

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‘Lapdog’ Fails To Fill Space

Anton Chekhov seems to meet Samuel Beckett in Kama Ginkas’s new adaptation of Chekhov’s short story Lady with a Lapdog,

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Fairy Tale Told in a Sunken Garden

If you see a crowd of small children in Radcliffe Yard, don’t be alarmed. They’re only there to take in

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Alphabetic Acrobats Displayed

Most people are probably unaware that Benjamin Franklin once wrote a letter beginning with the cryptic phrase: “Diir Sir, yi

IRON CURTAINS
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Mainstage Spotlights Cold Ward Tensions

CIA agents will be singing and chess players will be dancing when Chess begins its two week run on the

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Pressing Matters Beneath Adams

In the tunnels under Adams House B-Entryway is a treasure of the House: the Bow and Arrow Press. Part of

Columns

18th Century Play Brought to New Life at the ART

An old man and woman decide to conduct an experiment. To decide which sex is least faithful, several men and

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art

Boxes
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ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining
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The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

Reshuffling the Caseload
College

Unloading the Ad Board