Ivana V. Katic


Sun Power Lights the Art World

Music was in the air in Harvard Yard this Saturday as the Harvard Callbacks, the Harvard Opportunes and others performed


Historians Debate Imperialism

A history professor joining the Harvard faculty this summer called the United States on Saturday an “Empire of denial,” and


Poker, Anyone?

Late Tuesday night, chips were served without burgers at the Kirkland Grille. They were being passed around in a game


Harvard China Care Provides Comfort to Adopted Children

On a Saturday morning earlier this month, a group of Harvard students met at a local church to help adopted


Making Up Valentine’s Day

Most people give red roses or carnations on Valentine’s Day, but this year a group of Harvard undergraduates gave colorful


Piano Prodigy Named USA All-Star

Chia-Jung Tsay ’04 was named to the USA Today College Academic All-Stars first team last week, while four other Harvard


Site Lets Elis Share Music Files

A new website facilitating the sharing of thousands of music titles is up and running at Yale University. Matt Morello,


Harvard Affiliates Discover Possible SARS Cure

Within six months of discovering the virus, a research team including two Harvard scientists has isolated a protein that attacks


Hopefuls for Green Party Presidential Nomination Debate at KSG

Green Party presidential candidates gathered at the Kennedy School of Government last week to debate but spent most of the


Transgender Supporters Mark Remembrance Day

BOSTON—Members of Boston’s transgender community gathered last night as part of an annual effort to remember the victims of violence


Show Puts ‘Haute’ Looks on Display

Student models brought fashion high and low to Harvard Friday night with “Haute,” a charitable fashion show featuring styles ranging


Panel Examines Women's Role in World Peacekeeping

Women can act as a bridge between warring parties in the world’s worst conflicts, a panel of women peace builders


Greek Ambassador Touts His Country

As cranes and bulldozers continue to prepare Athens for next summer’s Olympic Games, the Greek ambassador to the U.S. sang


Edward Said, Vocal Palestinian Advocate and Scholar, Dies at 67

Edward Said, a prominent Columbia University professor who was a vocal and often controversial advocate for the Palestinian cause, died

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art


ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

Reshuffling the Caseload

Unloading the Ad Board