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Seth Kaplan

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Horses are sent to glue factories, old soldiers fade away, and senior Crimson editors just watch lots of t.v. All

Marry Me

M ORE CONSCIOUSLY, more deliberately than perhaps any other novelist in America today, John Updike creates characters whose private dramas

Many Factors Figured in Carter's Win

More than any other American president, Jimmy Carter owes his election to the votes of black people and other minority

Adam and Eve in Connecticut

M ORE CONSCIOUSLY, more deliberately than perhaps any other novelist in America today, John Updike creates characters whose private dramas

The smell of failure, fear of defeat

Meet Marlon Brando and Salesman, Two documentaries Directed by Albert and David Maysles at Science Center B, this weekend Fri.

A Desolate Beach at the Loeb

JASON MILLER'S That Championship Season was conceived of and written in the heat of the Nixon years, and the play

Pulp

It's difficult to know where to turn for accurate information about the Republican presidential nomination race. Certainly the last place

Bringing Arabs and Jews Together In the Shadow of Hilles Library

Twenty five Jewish and Arab Israeli educators are completing the Harvard International Education Seminar this week after a month studying

Rocky and His Friends

I T NOW LOOKS as if the election year will be bland, but you couldn't have guessed that last fall.

Student Throws Coffee, Is Committed to Hospital

A Summer School student entered a state mental hospital Tuesday night after a series of alleged violent attacks on persons

Unit Tests Dropped in Physics Course Because of Break-In

Unit tests will no longer be counted in the computation of grades for the Summer School's Physics S-1 as the

Study Shows Massachusetts Gun Law Has Little Effect on Crime After Year

The mandatory one-year-in-jail Massachusetts gun law has had little effect upon the state's violent crime rate, according to a report

Film

Family Plot. A pleasant enough film, as long as one isn't expecting too much. It's the bourgeois thieves vs. the

Film

Dr. Strangelove. I've always suspected Stanley Kubrick of basically despising human beings. His sets tend to resemble the Mather House

Pickets 'Note' That Theater In Square Has No Union

Twelve demonstrators from the International Alliance of Theatrical and Stage Employees, Motion Picture Machine Operators picketed the Harvard Square Theater

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads