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Weigel Room: Stories Frolic at the Border of Absurdity

Pop quiz: which of the following terms is “real”? (a) The antiallergen Capaviv (b) Taskbook for the New Nation (c)

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Weigel Room: Listen Up! Whitman Wants To Talk

Hey, you. Yes, you, reader. Ye that still goest on to Lamont/ though darknesse closest wearie eyes. Crowds of men

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Weigel Room: Being 'Cosmo' Girls—And Boys

Princeton philosophy professor Kwame Anthony Appiah begins his newest book “Cosmopolitanism: Ethics in a World of Strangers,” not unpredictably, with

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Novel Probes Postmodern Predicament Via Protagonist’s Selective Amnesia

“Remembering is a labor, not a luxury,” Umberto Eco admonishes us. Consider yourself warned. Giambattista Bodoni, the unfortunate mouthpiece through

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Coming Soon to a Harvard Theatre...

ABU GHRAIB Location: Loeb Experimental Theatre DATEs: May 12 -14 Director: Currun Singh ’07 Producer: Xin Wei Ngiam ’07 The

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Nobel Laureates Honor Wole Soyinka at IOP

Nobel laureates Nadine Gordimer, Derek Walcott, and Toni Morrison joined hundreds of audience members last night at the John F.

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Women Honored For Leadership Skills

The Ann Radcliffe Trust presented the 2005 Harvard College Women’s Leadership Awards to Carla A. Harris ’84 and Lia C.

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Hitler's Downfall Rescreened

The place where the most famous villain in history met his maker bears no trace of it. After they committed

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On the Radar

Ghungroo 2005: A Cultural Celebration Performances with tickets still available are Thursday, March 3 at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, March

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Huck Finn Redux Probes Jim's Past

Advocates of public decency have a way of making themselves look foolish in the unforgiving, if often capricious, hindsight of

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Indian Epic Focuses on Gandhi's Rival

“My method is conversion, not coercion, it is self-suffering, not the suffering of the tyrant,” Gandhi wrote. The story of

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Indian Epic Focuses on Gandhi's Political Rival

“My method is conversion, not coercion, it is self-suffering, not the suffering of the tyrant,” Gandhi wrote. The story of

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