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Jayme J. Herschkopf

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An Inadvertent Bus Tour

Every morning, by 8:30 a.m., I can be found sitting on a bench across the street from my apartment waiting

Hitchcock Bio Gives Reader Vertigo

“To interview me, you would have to interview my films,” Alfred Hitchcock tells author Charlotte Chandler in the introduction of

Learning How to Remember

On the fiftieth anniversary of World War II, little clusters of Allied flags were strung up all around my neighborhood

Movie Review: The Boys and Girl from County Clare

Recall Bring it On: rival cheerleaders, lots of energy, not much of a plot. Now, replace the cheerleading competition with

Tatar Talks Tales

Devotees of fairy tales need not wait until next year for Fairy Tales Core professor Maria Tatar’s explanations of them.

A Disturbing World Not ‘Far Away’ Enough

Far Away is not an easy play to watch. Though the entire production is less than an hour, I felt

Five Authors Critique Bush, Media

Five noted writers threw the book at President Bush and the media in a panel at the First Parish Church

Six Students Recognized by OFA

GRACE M. CATENACCIO ’04 Considering that Grace M. Catenaccio ’04 will be onstage in two separate shows this weekend,

Mather’s Three Columns Exhibit Awes and Delights

BostonLA, the latest exhibit in Mather House’s Three Columns Gallery, has added bright colors and pulsing designs, through idiosyncratic techniques,

Mather’s Three

BostonLA, the latest exhibit in Mather House’s Three Columns Gallery, has added bright colors and pulsing designs, through idiosyncratic techniques,

Spotlight: Robert P. Young '06

Having already dabbled in theater, sketch-comedy and TV, this sophomore VES concentrator decided to turn filmmaker. The fruits of his

‘Trembling’ Director Confesses at HFA

About halfway through Trembling Before G-d, a controversial documentary by Sandi L. Dubowski ’92 about homosexuality in Orthodox Judaism, the

Biographer Caro Devoted to LBJ

For author Robert Caro, another man’s power struggle has become half a life’s pursuit. By the time of the publication

Dershowitz’s Biggest Client to Date: Israel

Frankfurter Professor of Law Alan M. Dershowitz is so confident about his latest book that he has publicly offered to

HMS Professor Speaks on Minority Care

Racial misperceptions often cause minorities to receive less thorough medical care than non-minorities, a Harvard Medical School (HMS) professor said

Data Sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization

School at School
Columns

What We Forget About School: School

Head of the Charles
Men's Crew

Head of the Charles 2014

Understanding Faith
Columns

Understanding Faith