Kelly A.E. Mason


The Tragedy of Othello

Othello is perhaps the most exciting of all Shakespeare's tragedies. The text is a tinderbox of cultural tensions between Black


Repercussions in Cross-casting

After Adam Pachter maintained in a Crimson On Arts review that he found the casting of two Black characters in


Flat Agents of a Class

A TOWN in southeastern Connecticut has earned the stereotype of being ridiculously wealthy and old world. There is an annual


Exploring the Upper Class: Stillman's Work Promising

Metropolitan, the new low-budget film produced by Harvard graduate Whit Stillman, was something of a curiosity when it opened this


Finally, a Horror Film That Is Well-Made

It is a commonly acknowledged truth that horror films are not well made. Usually they feature screams for dialogue, vapid


Havel Jollies Along Fish and Audience Alike

The Harvard-Radcliffe Summer Theater recently garnered acclaim for being the first Boston theater troupe to stage any work by playwright


Graham Named Tennis Coach

The Harvard athletic department yesterday announced that it has named Gordon Graham the new women's varsity tennis coach, ending its


Council Votes to Limit Parking

The Cambridge City Council last night agreed to restrict and regulate commercial parking, as part of an interim agreement that


Friendy Ghost is Spoof, Not Spook

The promotional material for the greatly publicized Ghost calls the movie startling. Startling maybe if you've never seen sap running


Harvard Scholars Win `Genius' Awards

Two Harvard scholars--a mathematician who emigrated from the Soviet Union and a scientist credited with discovering the "Great Wall" in


A Little Boom Boom and Brutality

Despite its loaded title, In the Boom Boom Room is not a sexy play. It is instead a black and


Curing Modern Society's Ills

In the current era of medical specialization, one rarely meets a man who can relieve headaches, whiplash, knee and ankle


German Company Gives $500K

A multi-million dollar West German conglomerate has donated $500,000 to a scholarship program for German exchange students at the Kennedy


Forming Female Bonds, Performing the Bard

The fact that the cast of the Loeb Experimental Theater's production of Shakespeare's As You Like It is single sex


A Question of Responsibility for the Blind

Cara A. Dunne '92 and Soonkyu "S.K." Shin '91 both say they have had bad experiences with math exams at

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Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

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Script Doctors

Harvard vs. Yale

Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven


Freshman Survey Part III: Inside the Classroom and Out