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Alexander B. Fabry

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The Value of Veritas

It is, I think, occasionally important to ask yourself that odd question: “What the hell am I doing here?” It

Ceridwen Dovey '03

“Always write with a compass but not a map,” says Ceridwen Dovey ’03, quoting the contemporary Spanish author Javier Marias

Ceridwen Dovey ’03

“Always write with a compass but not a map,” says Ceridwen Dovey ’03, quoting the contemporary Spanish author Javier Marias

Titian Tintoretto, Vernonese Awe at MFA

Tintoretto—a nickname meaning “little dyer” after his father’s profession—was the eldest of 22 children (his father must have been busy

Visual Arts

Best Face Forward

Though Harry Potter may get into his common room by saying “Balderdash” or “flibbertigibbet” and walking past a swinging portrait

HLS Awards Artists at ICA

Precision seems to be very important to artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude. In one of their most well-known projects, executed in

Aged Before Their Time

As Harvard’s social pupae gathered Thursday night at the Fogg’s farewell gala (theme: “Ooh La La!”), different social circles soon

Heynen Revives the Voice of '60s Critic

"On an oriental trip an old soothsayer told me my fortune,” wrote Sibyl Moholy-Nagy in 1943. “Toward the end he

A Little Piece of Balteo Yazbeck

Caracas in the 1950s and 1960s was a modernist boomtown. Croesan oil wealth and a powerful military dictatorship together created

Alexander B. Fabry

Just jump, Georgy Bailey: this isn’t “A Wonderful Life.” Here are five great holiday stories in unexpected places. 1. Die

Europe's Big-Bucks Museums

It costs about $10, it’s a big-budget production, it’s not too taxing on the mind, the snacks are overpriced, and

Wine, Academics Prove Good Mix

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In Vino Veritas

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Five Worst Pieces of Art at Harvard

1. The painting in Leverett Dining Hall. This garish work was commissioned by the Leverett House master in 1990. The

On the Waterfront: ICA’s a Contender

Two weeks before Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) was initially scheduled to open on Sept.17, 2006 with its celebratory parties

Eldo Kim
Crime

News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

OKWELOGU
Track and Cross Country

Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

Protest
Columns

Reconstruction 3.0