Véronique E. Hyland

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Brendan S. Millstein ’06

Every artist eventually finds his or her ideal medium. Manet had canvas; Duchamp painted on glass. Certain Lowell house seniors

Iconoclast Claims Warm Fuzzy Side, Sarcastically

If you’re an Undergraduate Council candidate, you are, in all likelihood, afraid of Steve Y. Lee ’06. As one of

VES 113: Altered Landscapes

Today’s class has been a success in Lecturer in Visual and Environmental Studies (VES) Paul Stopforth’s estimation. “Beautiful weather,” he

Manufacturing Desire

Her brown hair is tied back in a neat ponytail; her body is greyhound-lean. She walks toward the Inn at

Eight Female Students Punch All-Male Final Club

On the night of Oct. 8, 1978, eight unexpected guests arrived at the Delta Upsilon (D.U.) final club’s punch dinner.

Loving to Hate Love

I will never be in the New York Times Sunday Styles section. It’s a realization I’m slowly coming to accept,

The Witching Sell

It’s dark in the forest. Screams, the hysterical screams of young girls, reverberate in the New England night. As lightning

Closet Case

Women have many methods of trying to reconcile their love of clothes with their more intellectual passions. Emily Neill started

Easy Riders, Raging Bulls

Even the wimpiest Harvard students harbor dreams of Muhammed Ali glory. But few are brave enough to float like butterflies

In the Eye of the Beholder

Harvard’s forays into modern architecture are well known for their disastrous results, from Mather to the new One Western Avenue

New Prize To Recognize Thesis on Latino Culture

A new $500 prize awaits one lucky senior thesis writer examining Latino culture this spring. The Inter-Faculty Committee on Latino

Diamonds in the Rough

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a first-year in possession of a housing ballot must be in want of