Evan G. Stein


'Shops' Sign Removed From Square

Without warning, the notoriously conspicuous Shops by Harvard Yard sign in front of the Holyoke Center turned up missing yesterday


Lamont Renovations Not Yet Complete

A renovation project intended to make the Government Documents, Newspaper and Microtext (Gov Docs) division more accessible has fallen three


Bar Packed for Live Figure Skating

More than 100 people packed the Crimson Sports Grille yesterday afternoon to watch live TV coverage of a sports event,


H-R Free Thought Society Founded

Free thinkers at Harvard have a new forum for debate. Citing concern about "intolerant" activity on campus by members of


MBTA Sues Over T-Pass Sales

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) recently filed a civil suit against the owner of Harvard Square's Out-of-Town News for


'A-12' Without Nye Has Fewer Students

Historical Study A-12 usually fills 600 seats in Sanders Theatre. But this year only 208 students signed up for the


Professors See Little Valentine's Romance

It was Valentine's Day yesterday, but Harvard professors said they didn't plan anything special in addition to the normal round


Man Seeks Marrow Donor

Jay Feinberg of West Orange, N.J., is looking for a bone marrow donor to save life. Today, Harvard students have


Wisconsin Debates Drinking Age of 19

Wisconsin may become the wettest state in the union if a new bill establishing a drinking age of 19 becomes


New State Law Requires Seat Belts

Buckle up or you might be fined $25 under a new Massachusetts law that came into effect Tuesday. The law,


Ryan, Cruise Get Pudding Pot

Sleepless actress Meg Ryan and high-flying actor Tom Cruise will be this year's recipients of the Hasty Pudding's coveted "Woman

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