Crimson staff writer

Andres A. Arguello

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Keeping Up Appearances

A large drapery hangs from the entrance of the Arthur M. Sackler Museum, detailing the evolution of Harvard’s art museums

Blurring Bilingualism

PRIMERA PARTE: AN AMERICAN IN GRANADA, NICARAGUA After two hours of trekking on a rocky, uneven path, we finally reached

Mnemonic Chaotic But Captivating

In the first few minutes of “Mnemonic,” the audience is asked by a psychology professor turned stand-up comedian (Rory N.

The 45-Year HRO-Pus of Dr. Yannatos

At the age of five, James Yannatos pointed to a violin in a New York City store window and asked


Industrial lights reflect intermittently off the windshield of a speeding automobile as “Blindness,” the new film by acclaimed Brazilian director

Summer Reading: The Post-American World

After reading Fareed Zakaria’s “The Post-American World,” I began to regret having dropped Chinese Ba after one very frustrating fall

Covering the Yard's Art

Each and every day, crowds of tourists—cameras in hand—swarm a seated, stoic John Harvard. While the statue—the third most photographed