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James E. Schwartz

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From Under The Veil...

Rumors have surrounded Mona A. Khalil '88 for as long as she has been at Harvard. When her name comes

They Even Know Each Other's Punchlines

Four autumns ago, when Nicholas I. Martin '88 first laid eyes on Erik J. Salovaara '88 in the freshman suite

Who Shot JFK?

Contract on America: The Mafia Murder of President John F. Kennedy By David E. Scheim $19.95 Shapolsky Publishers, Inc. 480

Simple Simon

Fools Written By Neil Simon Directed by William Salloway At the Leverett House Old Library Through this weekend A S

A Romantic Interlude

F OR some winners of the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra's yearly concerto competition, practicing for the contest has been a nervewracking ordeal,

Brahms, Brahms, More Brahms

`W HO ARE Brahms?" asks an old joke making light of the composer's changing musical idiom. But if the composer

Stop, Look and Liszten

F OR MANY PEOPLE, CLASSICAL MUSIC is an enigma, a vast world of high-sounding ideals and mystifying terminology. Because it

The Maestro and the Myth

T HE LINE of intellectuals criticizing America's lack of artistic achievements, begining with Tocqueville, is long and distinguished. Social scientists

'A Golden Time'

Harvard's Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) can prepare students for many different types of work prominent alumni agreed

Thousands of Alumni Arrive to Kick-Off Birthday Bash

Hailing from all 50 states and dozens of foreign countries, thousands of Harvard alumni arrived in the Cambridge area yesterday

Hasty Pudding Close to Deal for Sale Of Holyoke St. Clubhouse to Harvard

After defaulting on about $160,000 in tax and utility payments owed to Harvard and the City of Cambridge, the Hasty

Two Admit Guilt in Sanctuary Break-In

Two men arrested for the June break-in at the offices of the Central America groups housed in the basement of

Women's Studies Offers Post To Briton

Making 1986 perhaps the most significant year for Harvard's Women's Studies Program, the dean of the Faculty of Arts and

World Population Climbs to Five Billion

Some baby somewhere was born sometime yesterday driving the earth's population over the five billion mark, according to the Washington-based

Pianist Gould Eccentric, As Usual

The Glenn Gould Legacy, Vol. III Music of Wagner, Brahms, Grieg, R. Strauss and Sibelius Glenn Gould, piano CBS Masterworks

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