Noah M. Silver ’10, who is also a Crimson associate editorial chair, won the second-place Philip Hofer Prize for his collection, “Figbash and the Wild Things: The Illustrations of Edward St. John Gorey and Maurice Sendak.”
99 bottles of beer on the wall, take one down, pass it...oh, wait, you're underage.
Panelists debate the future of the military commission used to try Guantanamo detainees, which gives detainees less civil rights than a regular trial, at the IOP yesterday.
Music Professor Lewis H. Lockwood (right) and a member of the Julliard String Quartet give a lecture and demonstration on Beethoven’s string quartets in Paine Hall yesterday afternoon.
Ted Nordhaus, co-author of “Death of Environmentalism,” discussed changing views of global warming yesterday in Boylston Hall.