Robertson’s first release in 13 years is a lilting retrospective that recalls both the good and the bad of his long career, and, while the album breaks no new ground, it easily displays his prowess as a songwriter.
Choreographer, performer, and director Frederick “Ricky” D. Kuperman ’11 is a psychology concentrator in Lowell House. He has choreographed for numerous organizations on campus, including the Harvard Ballet Company and the Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club.
“Rango” is a parody of its genre that seems intent on diminishing the value of the Western and its cinematic traditions—yet despite all of its mockery and self-deprecation, it's a charming film that reflects only positively on the genre that gave it birth.
Toronto Maple Leafs President and General Manager Brian P. Burke hosted a conversation at Harvard Law School on Friday, telling a crowd of students and hockey fans that concussions were an inevitable “occupational risk” in hockey but that the National Hockey League was “ahead of the curve” in dealing with them.