Rachel A. Stark
Roberto Bolaño once expressed disdain for magical realism as a literary style. Yet, in the latest collection of stories published posthumously by the acclaimed Chilean writer, Bolaño creates worlds that stretch far beyond the realms of reality.
How is Harvard's library system responding to a new era in research?
VENICE, Italy — He’s been a glass-blower for the last ten years. Specializing in beads, he now teaches the skill
With Advising Fortnight nearly halfway over, Harvard freshman are now officially on the path to picking a concentration. But for
Gen Ed approves 16 new courses drawn almost entirely from existing offerings in the Core or departments
Sixteen courses—only one of which was newly created—were approved for Gen Ed credit at the beginning of this month. Jason
While six courses were approved for General Education credit late last month, one of the curriculum’s eight required categories now
Internet safety for minors was the focus of a report released by the Berkman Center for Internet and Society last
As the inauguration of President-elect Barack Obama approaches, every single detail of the ceremony has come under intense scrutiny from
On a Monday night in September, about two dozen Harvard students gathered at the Harvard Square hot spot Red Line,
In the midst of a week devoted to stopping violence against women, organizers came together last night for a more
Dining halls across campus served giant rainbow-covered cakes on Saturday as part of the weekend’s celebration of National Coming Out
“I like that little Down syndrome kid. One of them lives down the street. They’re wonderful children. They’re wonderful people.
WASHINGTON — A small group of kids curiously approach a poster of maimed infants entitled, “Children of the Gulf War.”
In the past two weeks, Harvard students opened their mailboxes to find a blue “opt-out” card as part of the
On Friday night, hundreds of students and faculty members were lined up outside of the Malkin Athletic Center (MAC) waiting