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Araba A. Appiagyei-Dankah

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Books

Damrosch’s Rediscovery of Toqueville’s Vision of America

Alexis de Tocqueville is famously taught in American middle schools and high schools as the Frenchman who loved America and who wrote the treatise “Democracy in America” in the mid-19th century.

Film

The Warlords

The relationship between the three ‘blood-brothers’ in “The Warlords” is a bromance of epic proportions. General Pang (Jet Li), Wu Yang (Takeshi Kaneshiro), and Er Hu (Andy Lau) travel together, share each other’s space, fight over women, and defend one another like characters in a typical Judd Apatow film.

Music

Ludacris

“Battle of the Sexes” is not Ludacris’s best album, nor does it shed new light—or any light at all—on the battle of the sexes.

Film

Film Producer Discusses Career Over Dinner

“What does a producer do? My answer: Everything,” said Mynette A. Louie ’97, the producer of the award-winning film “Children of Invention,” at a dinner event on February 25 in the Dunster Junior Common Room.

Stick Fly
Theater

HTC's 'Stick' Flies in the Face of Racism

Portraying a relatable human story through the vehicle of a minority family, without overly racializing the content, is a delicate ...

Music

SPOTLIGHT: Omara Portuondo

Omara Portuondo is a Cuban music and film superstar whose career has spanned over 60 years.

Health for Haiti
Science

Harvard Duo Builds Hospital in Haiti

Stephanie Rosborough ’96 and Hilarie Cranmer set up a rehabilitation center near Port-au-Prince in the wake of the earthquake to help Haitians in need.

Massachusetts Hall
FAS

Graduate Students Start Movement To Unionize

Central Administration

Amidst Title IX Debate, Law Faculty Raise Governance Concerns

John Stilgoe Office
College

John Stilgoe’s Secret History

Big States, Little States
College

Beyond Boston: Regional Diversity at Harvard