Depicting purely mental sequences in a predominantly visual format like that of a graphic novel is never an easy task, and Alison Bechdel sets a high bar for herself in her carefully-constructed, cerebral memoir, “Are You My Mother?”
In 1883, Elizabeth Cary Agassiz asked the Massachusetts elite to donate to her controversial cause of ladies’ education.
At times "Habibi" resembles an Orientalist pastiche stuffed with odalisques and eunuchs, but its scholarly reinterpretation of Abrahamic tales from the Koran turns this saga into a lush commentary on love and lust, wealth and want, religion and storytelling.
There is something satisfying about a road narrative; it’s an ancient trope, hinting of westward expansion and independence, fast cars and tragic youth. The antithesis of this would naturally be the traffic narrative, which is unpopular for obvious reasons. Mark Kelesniko’s new graphic novel, “Freeway,” is that narrative.
This 50s-style restaurant near the Kendall Square Cinema—whose waiters are less Beat than hipster and whose soundtrack is more OK ...
For Shawn Low ’11, time is of the essence.
Vijay Jain ’11 has found a medium in which he can combine his two loves, chemistry and physics.
While most senior theses sit untouched on the shelves of Lamont after they’ve been turned in, Chloë F. Schama ’05 ...
Last weekend, Boston University’s Agganis Arena was overrun with robots taking part in the Boston FIRST Regional Robotics Competition. Fifty-three ...
DUNSTER Susan Olsen Dining Hall Cook FM: What’s your favorite time of the year in Dunster?
In March, several teams are going on pilgrimages. The women’s soccer, women’s rugby, and women’s water polo teams are trekking ...
Harvard Band Members Walk Out of Centennial Banquet After Alumni Comments on Sexual Harassment Policy
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Talented Group Makes Up Football Class of 2011
Following SFFA Attorney’s Comments at Event, Harvard Law Students Debate Discrimination Against Asian Americans