Steven N. Jacobs


Joseph E. Barton, Local Activist, Dies

Joseph E. Barton ’64, a community advocate who mediated an ongoing battle between the Red Sox and residents of the


Students Showcase Diverse Music Talent

In a diverse display of campus musical talent, a group of about 20 undergraduates brought jazz, heavy metal, hip-hop, rock


Sink or Swim?

20TH CENTURY FOX Unfaithful (May 10): As his hair gradually turns a whiter shade of gray, Richard Gere’s name has


Banquet Honors Women Leaders

Four prominent Harvard women leaders were recognized at the annual Women’s Leadership Award Banquet in a ceremony held last night


Motivated Runners Prepare for Marathon

Some are motivated by charity, others by personal honor and many the simple desire for a new challenge. Today, thousands


Coming of Age in Birmingham, England

In The Rotters’ Club, Jonathan Coe presents a vivid and telling portrait of Birmingham, England in the 1970s. Focusing primarily


Emo Bands Dismember Middle East Audiences

What do you get when you combine sex, death and dismemberment in a crowded basement on a cold evening in


Physicist Who Fought Soviet Regime Dies at 62

Leonid M. Ozernoy, a Russian physicist who fought the Soviet government for the freedom to leave the U.S.S.R. and teach


Fans Bemoan Loss of Other Music

Last Monday, Harvard Square lost yet another store that didn’t quite fit into the cookie-cutter mold of national chains. Other

Visual Arts

Lu Pinchang: Sculpting a Life

Sculptor Lu Pinchang’s work is obscure and his presence is at first unimpressive, but the man is a giant. His


High-Speed Hypocrisy

By Steven N. Jacobs Contributing Writer Rollerball, directed by John McTiernan of Die Hard fame, skates into theaters today. Starring


The Who's Classic Rock Musical Owns the Ex Stage

Watching the harvard-radcliffe dramatic Club’s production of The Who’s Tommy feels much like standing front and center at a high-energy


New Ivy League Film Festival

This year there is a new film festival geared especially, but not exclusively, for students of Ivy League schools. Fittingly,

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art


ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

Reshuffling the Caseload

Unloading the Ad Board