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Douglas G. Mulliken

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Independent Film Festival Opens in Boston For Second Year

It is a sad thought that Boston might be forever destined to live in the shadow of New York City

Film Review of Hidalgo

Directed by Joe Johnston Walt Disney Pictures You know, it’s kind of sad. Viggo Mortensen, one of the great under-appreciated

Report: Segregation on Rise

As minority populations in America’s public schools continue to climb, schools across the country are becoming increasingly segregated, according to

Professors To Take Nike's Case to High Court

When the Supreme Court considers how far the protections of free speech extend to commercial claims later this year, a

Food and Drink

Death of Innocence

DEATH AND THE MAIDEN Adapted by Geoffrey M. Stevens ’03 Produced by Joanna N. Leeds ’04, J. Paul Robert Ross

Theater

Freshman Musical, Sophomoric Humor

In his program notes, co-director Mathias F. E. Crawford ’05 writes that he tried “to stay away from attempts to

Music

Foot-Stomping Canadian Rock

When Great Big Sea takes the stage, none of the world’s problems seem to matter any more. Which is important

Business Review Editors Resign

Two senior editors of the Harvard Business Review resigned Friday in the wake of the decision to allow a fellow

Controversy Roils Business Review

Editors of the Harvard Business Review have demanded the resignation of their boss, alleging an affair she carried on with

Hockey
Men's Ice Hockey

Hockey Preview 2014

The Oval
Scrutiny

Seeing Red: Stanford v. Harvard

blood handprint
Arts

Dead Letter: The Aesthetics of Horror

Election Strategy
Columns

Where Did All The Ideas Go?