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Putting on the Pudding Show

The Hasty Pudding Theatricals is an entirely Harvard undergraduate-run musical theater program with over 150 years of tradition. It performs

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Early Admissions Edge Is Real, New Book Finds

What does half of every Harvard class have in common? Besides high test scores and near-perfect grades, they also applied

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Dante Novel Explores History of a Translation

Dante Alighieri’s three sagas of the Divine Comedy, written in the 14th century, have long intrigued readers with the stories’

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For Students, Getting the Part Takes Perseverance

Brown paper banners enticing students to “do tech” or “join the Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club” made the Loeb Experimental Theater look

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Alum Gives Stage, Voice to Homeless

Although homeless people might seem like unlikely actors, Yoho Myrvaagnes ’01 saw acting as a way to help them express

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More Transfers, Fewer Duds

I’ve spent the last several weeks scouring every nook and cranny of Harvard for new transfer students. Alas, I’ve failed

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Havana's Darling Dictator

Late last month, a Cuban legislative panel officially jettisoned the Varela Project, an initiative spearheaded by dissidents seeking a referendum

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Disarm Iraq's Caustic Ideology

While France, Germany and Russia call for heightened inspections as an alternative to war—aligning themselves against the United States and

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A Modest Proposal

As part of the merry band of seniors who still have a Core to go (in my case, Science B,

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Law Prof Looks at Interracial Love

People never would think to associate Professor of Law Randall L. Kennedy with Julia Stiles. But Kennedy’s latest book Interracial

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Postcard from Hollywood

After swearing off recruiting and folding my law school applications into paper airplanes last October, I began to seriously start

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Harvard Graduates Play Folk Mecca Club Passim

As the 1960s dawned, the home of folk musicians wasn’t Grenwich Village—it was Harvard Square, and more specifically Club Passim.

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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

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Harvard Alum's New Novel Takes on Death Penalty

“Dear Judge, I am on DEATH ROW for a CriME I never CoMmitted. They Say I have had all my

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Observed and emulated, Bgart brings her own vision to La Dispute

By ALEXANDRA D. HOFFER CONTRIBUTING WRITER Anne Bogart knows something about Harvard students. Joy Fairfield ’03 and Austin Guest ’03-’05,

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