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‘Gartbagé’ Goes to Waste In Inclement Weather

At last weekend’s Earth Day celebration in Winthrop courtyard, the Environmental Action Committee’s booth was tucked away behind a pile

‘Gartbagé’ Goes to Waste In Inclement Weather

At last weekend’s Earth Day celebration in Winthrop courtyard, the Environmental Action Committee’s booth was tucked away behind a pile

Poet Tapped for Arts Medal

Known for her literary versatility and her politicized poetry, Maxine W. Kumin ’46 will receive the 11th annual Harvard Arts

After Bombing, Israeli Women Seek Solace

In an era in which televised media presents the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as a series of violent political confrontations, Orna Ben-Dor’s

MOVIE REVIEW: Hostage

America has now officially seen Bruce Willis cry too many times. The dynamo from such hard-hitting films as the Die

Cuban Art Triumphs Despite Oppression

Vivid colors and European styles mask the subtle political undertones pervading the work of Cuban artists in the “Cuba’Cuba: Island

Medium Obscures Message at Lost Film Festival

The megaphone-clad, unflinching, liberal demonstrator stereotype was embraced by the “Lost Film Festival” Monday night. The festival, organized by Scott

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Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads