Lisa M. Puskarcik

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The Wedding Date Review

It’s My Best Friend’s Wedding all over again, only with a different redhead. This time around, in The Wedding Date,

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My Lilly’s Too Pinkalicious

Move over, Martha. Get out of the way, Ralph. There’s a new girl in town (assuming that the term “girl”

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Film Review: 13 Going on 30

Directed by Gary Winick Columbia Pictures It is school picture day, 1987: electric blue canvas backdrop, thick brown bangs

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If Celebrities Could Write Books

What adjustments must a late-night talk show comedian make in catering to an audience of four-year-olds? Not many, as evidenced

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Celebrating Women

In celebration of Women’s History Month, The Harvard Coop has dedicated a small display to recent women’s literature. The titles

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Ditz and Glamour

I hope I’ll never know what it’s like to have a New York nervous breakdown, but if the price of

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Yeats Biographer, Vendler Reassess Yeats’ Life, Works

It shouldn’t be surprising that an Irish poet and dramatist as prolific as William Butler Yeats elicits similarly verbose responses

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Bubblegum Machine

This year, the electronic elves at Barnes & Noble’s online bookstore have recommended an interesting compilation of biographical, fad diet,

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Bubblegum Machine: When I Was a Tween

I never thought I’d be one of those people who, at age 20, would start the obnoxious “when I was

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Bubblegum Machine

The holiday season is a special time for celebrities—not in the heartwarming, family-oriented, spiritual way, but in the Hollywood media

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Bubblegum Machine

My mother and I have long been fans of the traditional TV makeover. My mom’s personal favorite was the Oprah

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Bubblegum Machine

As an advertising intern in Manhattan this summer, I couldn’t help but become intensely saturated by media. On a typical

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Bubblegum Machine

My first encounter with Harvard was neither at my father’s 20th reunion nor my older brother’s move-in day. I didn’t

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Alum Squeezes the Juice Into Battery Campaign

With the help of big-name endorsements from NBA superstar LeBron James and celebrity choreographer Wade Robson, Alan Hall ’89 managed

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Dr. Ruth Explores Bestiality, Oral Sex

All things sex-related were fair game Friday afternoon as noted sex therapist and scholar Dr. Ruth Westheimer spoke to hundreds

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