Crimson staff writer
Renee G. Stern
Ida Hattemer-Higgins’ debut novel “The History of History” opens with a simple absurdist premise: young American expatriate Margaret Taub awakens alone in the woods outside Berlin wearing tattered men’s clothes and unable to recall the past several months of her life.
The Crimson women’s hockey team hopes that its recent success is a good sign for this weekend’s two-game set against one of its biggest rivals, Minnesota. The puck drops tonight at 7 p.m. at Bright Hockey Center, and the teams will face off again tomorrow at 4 p.m.
Public support for proposed health care legislation hinges more on how it promises to impact individuals, rather than on its potential effect on the nation as a whole, according to a study earlier this week from Harvard School of Public Health researchers.