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Gabriel T. Rosen

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Science

Carey Studies Schizophrenia

Caitlin E. Carey ’12 has spent the semester immersed in the Social Neuroscience and Psycho-Pathology Lab in William James Hall, studying somatic associations and schizophrenia.

Film

‘Intruders’ Breaks Out of Horror Genre’s Limits

"Intruders" creatively concocts and subtly tells , with a reliance on new myths and establishments to create fear, even if the ending reaches a somewhat convoluted conclusion.

On Campus

Sackler Illuminates Forgotten Photography

A new exhibit at the Sackler Museum showcases the photography of Lyonel Feininger, best known as an Expressionist painter.

City Politics

BRIEF: City of Cambridge Divided Into Two Voting Districts

Last week, Massachusetts Governor Deval L. Patrick ’78, a Democrat signed a state-wide redistricting bill that will divide the city of Cambridge into two voting districts.

On Campus

‘Shapes’ Grounded by Electric Acting

The show’s actor-focused attitude preserves LaBute’s witty, fast-paced banter while also allowing serious consideration of the ethical problems with “shaping” another human being, the play’s central thematic concern.

Film

‘Trespass’ Oversteps the Realm of Plausibility

In what would be a coup for most films, “Trespass” repeatedly manages to put the audience in the shoes of its protagonists. Unfortunately, here this means evoking a sense of being helplessly trapped with no hope of escape.

Film

Sheen and Estevez Bring Personal Bond to the Screen

As close collaborators on “The Way,” Sheen and Estevez do not have the same type of estranged relationship as the father and son in their film. They banter together, expressing pride in each other’s skill.

Hockey
Men's Ice Hockey

Hockey Preview 2014

The Oval
Scrutiny

Seeing Red: Stanford v. Harvard

blood handprint
Arts

Dead Letter: The Aesthetics of Horror

Election Strategy
Columns

Where Did All The Ideas Go?