Susan M. Rogers
"All dramatic utterances are cloaked and wear masks," I. A. Richards, University Professor Emeritus, proclaimed yesterday afternoon. A large audience
When does a clay bowl become a work of art? "When its utilitarian function reaches optimum refinement," art critic and
Nothing is new under the sun But read on for what's been done To make spring fashions sell. The A-line
If numbers indicate enthusiasm, the Harvard Rubgy Club ought to have a terrific spring season. Since practice began three weeks
Harvard's hockey team resolved its schizoid tendencies over Christmas vacation, and rolled up four solid victories. The Crimson was also
The editors of Vogue and Viking Press have put together an impressive anthology by "extracting and re-distilling" the best of
Last fall the rugby season got off to a low start but later picked up speed; this year it appeared
Love for the sport is all that keeps the Harvard Ruby Club going. As an unofficial athletic activity, it confronts
Harvard, defending champion in the Seven-A-Sides Rugby Tournament, lost in the initial round of play to the First Troop of
"She Walks in Splendor" is an exhibit of luxurious costumes created by famous couturiers over the last five centuries. The
Although Harvard's second rugby team lost to Boston 11-3 Saturday, it was far from the laugh-provoking rout some expected. In
If you're not going down to Penn for the football game and it's a nice day, wander ever to the
The Indians should expect a real run for their wampum as they do battle with the Crimson ruggers this morning.
A Harvard man, when asked if he knew the difference between tails and a cutaway, exclaimed, "Who gives a damn?"
The Boston Rugby Club smashed Harvard 12-0 here on Saturday. This defeat in Harvard's third game of the season leaves