Tattoos are etched all around Harvard's campus, adorning students, professors, TFs, and maybe even the tourists pausing to take photos of the red-bricked buildings. But behind the typically visible body art are intricate stories of passions and personal histories—stories that provide a lens to examine the experiences, struggles, and anxieties of Harvard affiliates.
In "True Story," James Franco and Jonah Hill try to be serious. Unfortunately, they fail to do more than irritate, as poor writing prevents the film from getting off the ground and acting generally disappoints.
“The Vagina Monologues,” sponsored biennially by Harvard’s Office of Sexual Assault Prevention & Response (OSAPR), sets out to unabashedly discuss the taboo issues facing women in a more connected, communal way than years past.
In a room in Sever Hall Monday night, cookies were passed around and tea was served—a low-key setting for the discussion of sex. For two hours, representatives from the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response and Harvard College Munch—a kinky sex discussion group at the College—discussed the importance of consent and negotiation in relationships.