Alexander B. Cohn
Thanks to the Internet, there are infinite ways to procrastinate while studying in your room.
Upon reading Aimee Bender’s “The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake” one is struck with a total inability to remember the protagonist’s name, one symptom of Bender’s ill-formed main character.
I wish I could say that I humbly refused my friend’s offer to join him in trying out for the
Over one year ago, University President Drew G. Faust christened the New College Theatre, prefacing the venue’s first performance in
While Harvard prides itself on being a veritable factory for future presidents—seven alumni have gone on to the Oval Office—Harvard
Nestled in a row of storefronts on Mass. Ave. between Harvard and Porter Square, a new establishment looks for all
While the makers of Red Bull claim their ragingly popular beverage “gives you wings,” a new study suggests that the
As an undergraduate, Diane M. Paulus ’87 used to purloin production posters from the lobby of the American Repertory Theatre’s
Although gay marriage has been legal in Massachusetts for over four years, members of the Harvard community still rejoiced at
Visitors to Harvard’s Museum of Natural History looking for dinosaurs this month will come across a surprising new exhibition. In
Indicted identity thief and pseudo-Harvard alumna Esther E. Reed had her post-graduate endeavours cut short this weekend when local police
Champagne bubbled in a Harvard laboratory 40 years ago, as scientists celebrated biology professor George Wald’s Nobel Prize in Medicine.
In 1605, Robert Harvard ventured out of bustling London to find a wife in the sleepy market town of Stratford-upon-Avon.
One windy afternoon nearly 150 years ago, Harvard professor James Russell Lowell, class of 1838, started on his daily walk
My odyssey with Christianity began last summer at Wal-Mart, when I saw a teen New Testament amongst the romance novels