Bree Z. Tollinger


A Theater By Any Other Name

By building an independent theater in Harvard Square to ease space constraints for theater groups, the prominent Harvard donor Gregory


Currier's Sophomore Tower Offers Bonding Galore

Daniels Tower, home to the majority of sophomores in Currier House, is the dowdy sister to the House's other three


Imagining India in Mehta's Earth

Earth , the second film in director Deepa Mehta's prospective trilogy Fire , Earth and Water , tells the tragic


The Real Purpose of Harvard

You probably won't be surprised to hear that Matt Damon '96 and Ben Affleck have decided to start their own


Flag-Burning Redux

One of the most familiar organized debate topics is "Should Congress have the power to outlaw physical desecration of the


Coming Soon: Madame President?

M any critique Elizabeth Hanford Dole's lack of "feminism," claiming that Dole doesn’t support women's issues. Personally, I find it


Reading Room Named For Library Benefactor

Harvard renamed the Widener Library Reading Room for benefactor Katherine B. Loker in a Friday afternoon ceremony celebrating her generous


Student Group Fund Will Offer Extra $25,000

At two seminars last night in Boylston Hall, more than 100 student leaders were among the first to hear about


Students Protest Labor Conditions at Guess?

The Progressive Student Labor Movement (PSLM), a group affiliated with the Phillips Brooks House Association, protested human rights abuses by

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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