Jacob M. Victor


The Ron Paulization of Obama

This primary season has seen an unprecedented rise in Democratic voter turnout and the man to thank seems to be


Sacks Discovers Harmony In Music and Mind

You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to know that music is a wonderful thing. But being a neuroscientist


The Second Campus

As freshmen find out their house assignments tomorrow the new residents of Eliot, Adams, and others, will no doubt rejoice


The Finkelstein-Weiss Deception

Last week, two notorious speakers were invited to Cambridge to discuss the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. At MIT, Dovid Weiss, a leader


The Campus Quacks

Shopping period is annoying enough as it is; trying to avoid making eye contact with the professor of that class


Ignatieff Loses Bid for Party Leadership

Former Kennedy School of Government professor and human rights expert, Michael G. Ignatieff, lost his bid for the leadership of


Limping Towards Victory

The Democrats need to recognize what an immense waste the Lamont-Lieberman race was for the party. You’ve got to hand


Idealism Gone Astray

The play that has the whole New York arts scene talking is not a new Broadway spectacle, but rather a


Professors Seek Alien Radio Waves

The question of whether human beings are the only intelligent life in the universe has baffled scientists for decades. Two


Just a Little Controversy

When people ask me to describe the biggest difference between Columbia, where I spent my freshman year, and Harvard, to

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art


ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

Reshuffling the Caseload

Unloading the Ad Board