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Streep Gets Coolidge Award

CORRECTION APPENDED Thirteen-time Oscar nominee Meryl Streep will come to Brookline this April to receive the Coolidge Award. The annual

Playwright Awarded Arts First Medal

Playwright Christopher Durang ’71, a onetime Dunster House resident, will return to his alma mater to receive the Harvard Arts

Stage Bound

Welcome to the Wonderful World of Common Casting," reads a chalked sign in the Loeb Ex’s black box theatre, a

Spotlight:Rebecca R. Kastleman ’05-’06

For Rebecca R. Kastleman ’05-’06, directing a classic Greek drama is more than just a job: it’s part of her

No Easy Riding for Film Studies Concentrators

Language typically used to describe Harvard concentrations—stressful, difficult, unpleasant—tend not to be associated with the experience of watching film. So

Syriana

Directed by Stephen Gaghan Warner Bros. Pictures 4 1/2 stars “Syriana” is hardly the feel-good movie of the year. The

The Story Behind One (Misspelled) Word

Admit it, you’ve googled yourself. Or your date. Or, occasionally, school-related topics. Google my name and you’ll find a slightly-embarrassing

At Talk, Finkelstein Calls Dershowitz Book a Fraud

Controversial DePaul University Professor Norman G. Finkelstein told Harvard Law School (HLS) students yesterday that the Israel-Palestine conflict has been

Crowe, Up Close and Personal

For Cameron Crowe, tackling the embarrassingly personal comes naturally. This is the man who lauded the power of the stereo

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads