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Janny P. Scott

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Raises, Not Roses

T HERE HAVE always been professions in which low pay, bad work conditions and rapid job turnover have made sure

Lost in Translation

T HE PECULIAR characteristics of the radio medium--flexibility, intimacy and the tremendous importance of the spoken word--tend to be lost

From false ideals to modernity

The name of Stephen Spender will always be associated with those of W.H. Auden, Louis MacNiece and C. Day Lewis--the

All in the Family

Ethel Barrymore never forgave George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber for the play that they based on her family, the

Warped Standards

I N JANUARY, 1970, Bowdoin College announced that it no longer required Scholastic Aptitude Test and Achievement Test scores from

A Recycled Cartoon

T HE REP'S PRODUCTION, and the first stage performance ever, of The Point suffers from the misbegotten mission of its

Getting the Ear of the Loeb

It is a perplexing fact that the people at the Loeb can't really say why original student work is so

Suffocating Nightmares

T HE PELICAN, not surprisingly, is one of August Strindberg's less popular works. Written by a man preparing to die,

Ho Hum

D IGGING THROUGH the fatter-than-ever course catalogue, the Humanities situation looks discouraging, at best. General Education is in a sad

To Be Is to Die

J EAN ANOUILH'S Antigone, a recreation rather than an adaptation of the Sophocles myth, explores a profound moral struggle between

Indian Summer

I was in a four-man plane flying north over the Gulf of St. Lawrence, over icebergs ten stories high, heading

The Love Song of Stephen Spender

It is agreed by most of the people I know that Joseph Conrad was a bad writer, just as it

A Comedy of Airs

T HE CAST of Winthrop House Dramatic Society's production of The Plain Dealer asks its audience to "Laugh at fools

Wishbones and Dry Bones

I SN'T IT THRILLING! For a mere twenty thousand dollars, you can now choose an alternative to both cremation and

Silent Witness to the Lives of Men

A SMALL laughing boy bounces a ball past an anonymous statue on a pedestal, then hurries off on a scooter.

Free Time
Columns

In Search of Lost Time

Photo Man
Ivy League

Beyond The Silver Screen

Larry, In His Element
Scrutiny

Professor Summers

Data Sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization