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'Outliers' Doesn't Succeed

In his oft-quoted 1859 speech “Self-Made Men,” Frederick Douglass famously declared that men were the “architects of their own good

Not Much Great About 'Delusion'

If you didn’t know, Costco stores sell toilet paper in packs of 36. In 2007, the Wall Street Journal reported

Where Art Thou, Fogg?

Quincy Street is quiet this September. Aside from the slow trickle of students walking to and from the Barker Center

Stanton: Animating Pixar

“First you were like ‘whoa,’ and we were like ‘whoa,’ and you were like ‘whoa.’” So says Andrew Stanton as

'God' Bares California's Underside

If we didn’t know any better, we’d probably think California is the most glamorous place on Earth. Since the time

Wyclef Jean feat. Paul Simon

You know you’re going to like the video for Wyclef’s new single “Fast Car” when it starts with an audio

'God Save the Fan' Airballs

I am not your typical sports fan. I am decidedly unathletic. I don’t play a sport in college and didn’t

Inside 'Long Life Cool White'

“I love to read, but the pleasure has always been mitigated by the uneasy sense that I should be doing

The Band's Visit

If you were stranded in a foreign land, with little idea where you were or where you were headed, what

‘No Child’ Lacks Development

Since its enactment in 2001, President Bush’s widely-criticized “No Child Left Behind” act has drawn attacks from every possible front:

The Kite Runner

If you haven’t heard of Khaled Hosseini’s book “The Kite Runner,” you’ve been living under a rock for the last

Nothing Earth-'Shattering'

Forty years after starting, David A. Andelman ’66 is still working on his senior thesis. No, he’s not one of

30 Days of Night

0 Stars There are some movies that should never have been made. An search of the 100 lowest-rated films

'Girl' Seduces, Doesn't Satisfy

If Marilyn Monroe’s first husband James Dougherty—the only unknown in a string of infamous lovers, the only one who fell

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Larissa Koch '08

Larissa Koch ’08 never planned to dance at Harvard. Koch had attended performing arts middle and high schools, but by