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William B. Higgins

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The Tao of Dry

After all these years I still don’t know what to say. It usually starts at a social gathering when I

2004: The Year in Rock

CHRIS: It’s December now, and it’s a fitting time to look back on the musical accomplishments of the past year.

Two Indie Advocates Sort Out the Postal Service Copyright Saga

Chris: Who ever said that commercial tie-ins are a good thing? When the Postal Service—a popular band on Subpop combining

Grrl Power Propels Plan B to Type A Success

In her first year at Harvard, enterprising guitarist Amy R. Klein ’07 began a poster campaign across campus to solicit

Dipping into the Drug Album Stash

CHRIS: Bill, if the name of our game is greatest all-time drug album, and Dark Side of the Moon ,

New Music

Eric Clapton Me and Mr. Johnson (Warner Bros.) Eric Clapton takes a ride into Mississippi delta country in his new

Committee Vets Sex Magazine

An “expose on the demented sex life of the Harvard Band,” a “photo essay” of art and porn, a “controversial

UC Blasts Ban on Fireplaces

Undergraduate Council members upset by a recent ban on fireplace use in House dorm rooms offered an alternative to the

Chopra Employs Both Carrot and Stick

After reading a report earlier this month that Harvard administrators were considering moving the Quad dormitories to Allston, Undergraduate Council

Council Plans Barbecue, Concert

Members of the Undergraduate Council celebrated their apparent victory last night in winning administration approval for what some estimated would

Council Awards Teaching Prizes

The Undergraduate Council recognized exceptional teachers Wednesday night at its 21st annual Levenson Memorial Teaching Awards banquet, held in Eliot

Council Grills Kirby On Preregistration

The Undergraduate Council grilled Dean of the Faculty William C. Kirby with a round of tough questions at its meeting

Council Worries About Future Without Lewis

At a Committee on House Life meeting last fall, Undergraduate Council President Rohit Chopra ’04 and Dean of the College

’Fest Features Food, Fun

Hordes of T-shirt-clad students, faculty and families followed the sun yesterday to the muddy MAC Quad for food, music and

Council Approves Barbecue

With barely enough time to recover from Springfest, the Undergraduate Council approved another round of grants and a barbecue to

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads