A pair of Lichtensteins, in the form of sneakers, walked past me in Harvard Square. Just like that. No warning,
Boys at Harvard dress like 40-year-old men. I walked into my seminar the other day and literally had to do
The renovation of the Fogg may be the best thing that has happened to the Sackler. The lesser-known little brother
“It’s been a while,” Britney says. “I know I shouldn’t have kept you waiting. But I’m here now.” Cue comeback.
When Oscar-winning actress Charlize Theron came to Harvard on Feb. 7 to receive the Hasty Pudding Theatricals’ Woman of the
On a rainy afternoon at the Fogg, throngs of college students stand huddled together, examining the dust that had gathered
On Friday, one cello filled the vast expanse of Sanders Theatre with music, passion, and drama. In the second concert
Don’t expect the White House to invite Robert Redford over for tea anytime soon. Or for him to oblige either.
One thing is certain about Sean Penn: he is persistent. It took Penn 10 years to get the rights to
Oludamini D. Ogunnaike ‘07 is always drumming—literally. Though his other media include a djembe, a table, and his knees, Ogunnaike’s