Natalie J. Gale

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Letter to the Editor: Queer Love is Beautiful, Too

Every healthy and consensual sexual preference and practice is valid, and we criticize the shaming of sex that falls into this category.

Nancy Boi

Welcome to Drag Night

On April 21, current students and pre-frosh gathered in Cambridge Queen’s Head Pub for Harvard’s annual Drag Night, hosted by the Harvard College Queer Students and Allies.


What They Don’t Teach

Many of the disciplines that we consider today to be our most powerful tools in the fight towards equality have roots in hate, fear, and prejudice.

Screenshot from "Mulan"

Top 5 Disney Musicals

​With Spring Break coming up faster than those too-old chocolates from Valentine’s Day, you’re sure to be clocking in some quality couch time. What better to get you relaxed and ready for vacation than some lighthearted, nostalgic Disney classics?

Jill Scott
On Campus

Coming of Age with Jill Scott: Authenticity, Vulnerability, and Fame

The opportunity to perform for such an accomplished artist is rare—Scott is a celebrated cultural icon and a recipient of three Grammy Awards.

Cute Little Buggers image

“Cute Little Buggers”: A B Movie In All The Worst Ways

“Cute Little Buggers” is not endearing enough to justify its less admirable qualities.

Alan Todas-Ambaras
On Campus

Portrait of An Artist: Alan M. Toda-Amabaras

The recipient of the Prize for Most Promising Contestant at the 2005 Rostropovich International Cello Competition in Paris, Toda-Ambaras has worked with many of the world’s leading classical ensembles and performers. Most recently, he co-founded the Eureka Ensemble, a Boston-based group dedicated to using classical music to connect with underprivileged and marginalized communities locally.

Playwright Jaclyn Backhaus spoke at Farkas Hall on Sept. 27.

Jaclyn Backhaus Speaks on Process, Intent, and Authenticity in Theater

On Sept. 27, SpeakEasy, Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club, Harvard College Women's Center, Office for BGLTQ Student Life, and The Department of Theater, Dance & Media brought Backhaus to Farkas Hall to discuss her new play and the process of writing it.

Poetry Brothel

'The Poetry Brothel’: Politics, Poetry, and Sex

The show’s elements were on their own captivating, but unwieldy transitions and confusing emceeing made for an altogether incoherent event.