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Natalie T. Chang

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Cop Thriller is a Satisfying ‘Watch’

Even though "End of Watch" features number of violent scenes, it's the bond created between Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Peña that truly sticks.

On Campus

Bacchanalian Designs

The SOCH renovations raise questions about what influences where Harvard students choose to spend the dark hours of their Saturday nights.


After Successful Debut, The xx Run Into Sophomore Slump

However, the band’s forays outside its comfort zone and into dance music are much less successful.

Body of Work
On Campus

‘Body of Work’ Breaks Down Body Image

‘Body of Work’ features both student and professional art work concerning eating disorders and self-perception


Students Debate "Occupy Harvard" in IOP Forum

Undergraduates found an official forum to discuss "Occupy Harvard's" effectiveness and long term goals on Thursday night at the Institute of Politics


Apparel for The Game

Apparel for The Game

Apparel for The Game

We've done some scouting and come up with six shirts that are currently on sale for the upcoming Game on ...


At Talk, Gopnik Jests About Food, Literature

Adam Gopnik has bad news for multi-taskers.

On Campus

Canny Acting Drives Poignant ‘Youth’

Ultimately, though, it is the actors who convincingly display the tension between the fear of being unremarkable and an inability to take action.


‘Anonymous’ is an Overdone Spectacle

Shakespeare’s works themselves play a rather limited role in Emmerich’s account of their genesis. More prevalent are plotlines concerning hunchbacks, illegitimate children, incest, various rebellions, and a vigorous medieval form of indoor tennis. Does all this sound bewildering? It is.

On Campus

Portrait of an Artist: Lisa Randall ’84

Lisa Randall ’84, the Frank B. Baird, Jr. Professor of Science, studies theoretical particle physics and cosmology in the Physics ...


Music Sparks Discourse at Occupy Boston

Informal stage in Dewey Square hosts a diverse range of performances


Zola Jesus Experiments With Enhanced Production

Zola Jesus’s previous two albums were, in a certain sense, more straightforward. Danilova, operatically trained since childhood, let her throaty, raw-yet-velvety voice dominate the arrangements by keeping atmospherics and instrumentals minimal. Her third venture into an almost gothic style of somber rock marks the evolution of her style away from this sparse aesthetic


Preview: MFA College Night

At the MFA’s College Night, students “will be some of the first people to come see inside” the Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art and can also explore the newly renovated Art of the Americas Wing.


Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules

Playing With The Rules


Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads