Steven N. Jacobs


MOVIE REVIEW: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

***1/2 stars Imperialism. Marks and Spencer’s. The Queen. Shakespeare. Snobbery. Spotted dick. English culture has offered a lot to the



A good screenwriter can invent a story and imbue it with life such that—no matter how implausible the plot may


Movie Reviews

BE COOL Be Cool is the most ironically named movie since What’s the Worst That Could Happen? Crass commercialism rarely


Bride and Prejudice Review

I’ve never been to India, but I desperately want to go. It’s a land of luscious pageantry, beautiful beaches, and


WWII Film Sees Full Release

You walk into a room, take a seat and, when the lights go down, you are whisked away to a


Film Review

Directed by Trey Parker Paramount Pictures In case you haven’t noticed, the ’80s are back. Our clothes are tighter,


Movie Review

Very much reminiscent of The Big Chill, The Barbarian Invasion is a story of the lives and ideals of a


iTuning In To Free Music

In an Arts column published in The Crimson this September, Dan P. Gilmore ’05 concluded that “it’s time to start


Film Review

On paper, Kill Bill sounds dangerously close to Charlie’s Angels: there are many martial arts action sequences, all of the


Aislers Set Break Through With New Headlining Tour

After spending years opening for other bands, the Aislers Set finally have their first headlining gig. The San Francisco band


Putting on the Pudding Show

The Hasty Pudding Theatricals is an entirely Harvard undergraduate-run musical theater program with over 150 years of tradition. It performs

Food and Drink

New Music

Jurassic 5 Power In Numbers (Interscope) Jurassic 5’s sophomore effort Power in Numbers is slightly darker and more mature than


Surgeon, First to Replant Severed Limb, Dies at 70

Ronald Malt, a Harvard Medical School professor who performed the first successful surgical reattachment of a human limb, died of


New Theatrical Group Has Stadium-Sized Plans

A new on-campus theater group this fall has begun to organize an ambitious plan of producing a musical in the


Winthrop Masters Say 10th Year Is Their Last

Winthrop House Master Paul D. Hanson and his wife, Co-Master Cynthia Rosenberger, announced at a House meeting Tuesday that they

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Visual Arts

Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

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Visual Arts

Script Doctors

Harvard vs. Yale

Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven