Brian D. Goldstein

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Celebrating Le Corbusier’s Carpenter Center

Appropriately enough, it was the ramp of the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts (CCVA) that bore its christening on

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Remembering and Rebuilding

Michael Van Valkenburgh says he does not rely on memorials to deal with his grief. But he found solace in

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Remembering and Rebuilding

Michael Van Valkenburgh says he does not rely on memorials to deal with his grief. But he found solace in

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Where's Rothko?

Visitors to the penthouse at the Holyoke Center today will no longer find the elegant dining room designed for Harvard’s

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Multi-tasking Jugglers Teach Audience Their Tricks

Visitors to the Harvard Juggling Club’s performance this weekend may find themselves coming away with more than just a smile.

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Art Installation to Bring Seekers, ‘Seers’ to Memorial Hall

Lee Mingwei’s idea of public art doesn’t involve tossing big chunks of lead haphazardly into open spaces. His projects are

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Artist Presents His Interactive Work

An artist who turns everyday activities like sleeping and eating into exhibitions described his unconventional interactive art to a packed

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Student Plants First Daytime TV Lesbian Kiss

With a single kiss, soap opera star Eden Riegel, a member of the class of 2002, will make small-screen history

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Designing A Visible Landscape

Whether as retreats from the city, compliments to the bustle of city life, or as forces guiding the growth of

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Black Poet, Playwright Read Works

Two of the nation’s most distinguished black female authors read their work in front of a standing-room only audience at

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Quiet Back-Row Student Returns as Acclaimed Author

As a Harvard undergraduate, Colson Whitehead ’91 turned his papers in late, sat in the back of his classes and,

Columns

Recording Rebel ChestnuTT Jams at House of Blues

By BRIAN GOLDSTEIN CONTRIBUTING WRITER When a musician declares onstage at the House of Blues that “I want everything I

Letters

Senior's Silent Meditation Space Makes Some Noise

It’s not often that the police pay a visit to seniors working on their theses. The cause of numerous late-night

Food and Drink

Trash to Treasure

f you were expecting Eurotrash at Wolfgang Tillmans: still life, then you may be shocked instead to find Europeans’ trash,

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Visual Arts

Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

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Visual Arts

Script Doctors

Harvard vs. Yale
Yale

Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven

Books
Academics

Freshman Survey Part III: Inside the Classroom and Out