This Halloween weekend, what dwelled in the bowels of the Science Center was not some ghoul or poltergeist but something far more fearsome: the Harvard College Stand-Up Comic Society. Here are five of the best jokes from their show.
Too lazy to read a book? Judge its cover instead. In this fortnightly feature, a revolving slew of writers will analyze new releases based on their dust jackets alone. This week, contributing writer Grace E. Huckins turns her discerning gaze on an a neon skyline, an enigmatic horse, and a potential Game of Thrones reference.
While Luloff paints an enticing, vibrant image of Sri Lanka within the various interweaving stories that constitute her work, this depiction, informed by her work there as a Peace Corps volunteer, does not redeem the book’s deep flaws.
Matthew R. Saunders '97, once a Visual and Environmental Studies concentrator, was enthralled by films he watched in the Carpenter Center. Now, in Saunders' new Carpenter Center exhibit, he melds media and pays tribute to the building.