Kathy H. Lee '03, a returning Crimson cartoonist, is a government concentrator in Cabot House. She covers local, national and international politics in her art work, including issues relating to the Harvard campus. Her cartoon will appear on Mondays.
Jordanna P. Schutz '02, a physics and math concentrator in Dunster House, was an editorial cartoonist her freshman year, for which she apologizes sincerely. Her subject matter will include a smattering of insular Harvard humor and a handful of commentary on current events, and will avoid at all costs "meta" jokes about the cartoonist not having time to think of a good joke because she is too stressed with her manic Harvard life and too busy searching the Cue Guide for that Holy Grail of a decent Core. Her cartoon appears on Fridays.
Benjamin I. Rapoport '03 is a physics concentrator in Lowell House. His inaugural cartoon for The Crimson appears in today's paper. A staunch believer in brevity, he hopes his drawings speak above the roaring sea of print that will surround them. His cartoon will appear on Tuesdays.
Julian C. Sancton '03 is a history concentrator in Leverett House who smugly derides his political and social superiors with caricatures from the comfort of his desk.
A Cartoonist's Final ThoughtsD URING THE CIVIL WAR, Abraham Lincoln called political cartoonist Thomas Nast "our best recruiting sergeant." According to Lincoln, Nast's
CARTOONIST MUST HAVE SYMPATHETIC EYE AND MIND, DECLARES BRIGGS"A keen eye trained to observe the antics of one's fellow men and a fine sense of humor are the
The Harvard Crimson Proudly Announces Its Editorial Cartoonists for the Spring SemesterSerene Chen ’08 is a prospective biochemistry concentrator in Stoughton Hall, where the air is clear, the children are free
The Crimson Editorial Board is pleased to announce its Fall 2006 cartoonistsKathleen E. Breeden ’09 is a history and literature concentrator in Kirkland House. When she’s not painting, swimming, or completely
Alum Sketches Future of Political ToonsCORRECTION APPENDED Walking through the Harvard Coop, famed editorial cartoonist and Crimson editor Kevin P. Kallaugher ’77—better known as “KAL”—reminisces
Evidence For Cartoonist’s Firing Is Flimsy At BestTo the editors: The Crimson’s decision to fire Kathleen Breeden is hasty and ill-justified. Of the two cartoons that were