Daniel B. Howell


The Great Debaters

“The Great Debaters” concludes with a debate match between the small all-black Texas Wiley College and Harvard­—shot in Sanders Theater.


Opera Brings Dark Age to the Stage

One Sunday afternoon in the Lowell JCR, eight students in their post-brunch T-shirts and sweats stand in a semi-circle as


No Hecklers Here: Stand-Up Society Takes the Stage

Harrison R. Greenbaum ’08 does it for the anxiety. “Stand-up is the most adrenaline-fueled performance art,” he says. Right from


Reville To Chair State Ed. Board

Graduate School of Education (GSE) Lecturer S. Paul Reville was appointed chairman of the State Board of Education (BOE) last


ARTSMONDAY: ‘Fantasticks’ Keeps Light, Fun Tone of Original Classic

“The Fantasticks” is a show that has always prided itself on tradition-bound simplicity. In keeping with this institution, Harvard STAGE’s


ARTSMONDAY: Broza Brings Art to KSG

The Forum at the Kennedy School seems an unlikely site for a rock concert. Nonetheless, the venue welcomed renowned Israeli


ARTSMONDAY: 'Umbrellas' Covers Surrealism With Comic Veneer

During Surrealism’s heyday, Jean Cocteau argued that the criterion for a true work of Surrealist art should be that the


Mansfield Clashes with Feminist Over ‘Manliness’

“Manliness is a challenge to a gender neutral society,” said Kenan Professor of Government Harvey C. Mansfield ’53, in an

Youth Homelessness in the Square
Harvard Square

For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

Johnston Gate Arts Cover

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

Awkward Eye Contact

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