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Antonia M.R. Peacocke

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'Gimp' Explores Disability

Dance is an art of the human body. It exposes emotions through physical manifestations, and choreography uses the rich lexicon

Gigantic

For a movie with such a title, “Gigantic” is rather understated. The name calls forth visions of epic battles or

POPSCREEN: Black Kids

From the moment the five members of Black Kids set off in their animated roller coaster car into the terrifying

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Talk Kicks Off Islam Awareness Week

Visiting professor Jonathan N. Lipman ’69 spoke to a room of 30 students last night in the Lowell Junior Common

‘Saturday Night’ Sheds Light on Incidents of Sexual Assault

At Harvard—where talent and accomplishment are openly and publicly lauded—community members may not always realize the incredible emotional challenges that

Wavves

To say that Wavves’ latest work—an album with the inspired name “Wavvves”—is strangely dissonant would not be a criticism. To

Museum Matches Music to Masterpieces

In the serene intimacy of a wood-paneled gallery at the Arthur M. Sackler Museum, two slender violin bows dipped up

McGinn Fucks, Mindfucks, Fails

While the technical discussion of psychology might not appeal to many, there is something universally attractive in learning about the

Lily Allen

British singer-songwriter Lily Allen has a rather mellifluous name. She dresses in full skirts and dons a lot of bows.

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Graduate Students Start Movement To Unionize

Central Administration

Amidst Title IX Debate, Law Faculty Raise Governance Concerns

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John Stilgoe’s Secret History

Big States, Little States
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Beyond Boston: Regional Diversity at Harvard