Harvard theater--its history, relation, to the national theater, and present state--was reviewed by three members of the Faculty in a
Baby Want A Kiss tries to walk a delicate line between satire and psychology and falls flat on its face.
"Some of you think you've come to a circus to watch a dancing bear," said the moderator cynically. Perhaps some
"I'm not a Democrat or a Republican or an American or anything you want me to be," Malcolm X told
"The President is at liberty both in law and conscience to be as big a man as he can," Woodrow
Brecht was never more didactic than in a series of one act plays he wrote in 1930. As vitriolic propaganda
The small square man with a large head and florid face slid his glasses onto his nose, squinted at the
Although less than a year old, the "Negro Revolt" has become a stock phrase in the vocabulary of current events.
"Amen." Morning prayers had ended and about thirty bedraggled students trudged out of Appleton Chapel into the grey mist of
In his senior year at Princeton in 1954, Daniel Seltzer, assistant professor of English, wrote a thesis that was nearly
While wandering in the secluded garden of his Palermo estate, Don Fabrizio, a Sicilian prince, finds the corpse of a
With key players missing because of injuries, the varsity soccer team managed to defeat an all-star alumni squad 3-3 Saturday
Barry Goldwater is a man of integrity. That is, if integrity is defined as a reasonable correlation between rhetoric and
One of Harvard's leading advocates of civil rights, Mark DeWolfe Howe '28, professor of Law, has agreed to share the
Alike in an abhorrence of war and the inhumanities perpetrated on man by men, two plays, one German and one