Matthew A. Light


Harvard to Evaluate Its Library Complex

The College's top librarian said yesterday that administrators are considering many proposals to restructure the library system, including several recommendations


How Other Schools Handle Date Rape Cases

As the issue of date and acquaintance rape erupted into prominence at Harvard during the last week, some students bitterly


Scholar Traces Power Shifts

The European Economic Community has gained more power over its member states because of an often-ignored revolution in constitutional theory,


State Senator Endorses Silber at K-School Talk

Despite his offensive remarks and occasional lapses in tact, John R. Silber would be an effective and innovative governor, Cambridge's


Author Predicts Unrest in China

Political upheaval in China is "inevitable and not far in the future," said Chinese-American writer Bette Bao Lord during a


General Urges B-School To Focus on Ethics

Citing years of command experience in both the military and business, America's first Black four-star general yesterday called on corporate


Lesbian A Capella Group to Expand

Harvard students are attempting to expand an a capella group which seeks to cater to the musical interests of lesbian


Kinko's Trial Approaches End

Testimony ended this week in a civil suit brought by eight publishing companies against Kinko's Graphics Corporation for infringement of


Pudding Looks to Hollywood

The time? The 1940s. The place? Hollywood--the lavishly decadent capital of the movie industry, where the line between striking it

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art


ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

Reshuffling the Caseload

Unloading the Ad Board