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And His Band Plays On

When Clay Tarver '88 elegantly sweeps his shoulder-length hair back with his hands and gazes silently into the distance, heads


I SHMAEL REED'S OFFICE IS completely bare. None of the cliched paraphernalia of a prolific writer can be found in

A Different Brandt of Academic

During World War I, 30,000 prostitutes were incarcerated in barbed-wire camps to protect American soldiers from venereal disease. In 1986,

From Community Awareness...

Inside a pale gray, unassuming little frame house on Garden St., a few individuals perform the intricate balancing act which

All His World's a Stage

Jonathan S. Tolins' name will appear in lights this fall on theater marquees, programs and announcements ranging from the Hasty

Biking to Stop World Hunger

After riding 4200 miles in the last 10 weeks, Cyclists Fighting Hunger pulled into Boston on Wednesday, exhausted but very

Radcliffe Plans 350th Symposia, Exhibits

The 107-year-old Radcliffe College will wish its older brother happy birthday during Harvard's 350th celebration in September through a series

Soviet Art Works Will Come to Fogg

A collection of Russian paintings never before seen in the U.S. will come to Harvard's Fogg Art Museum this spring,

Study Proves That Bright Light Can Act as Relief for Jet Lag

Bright light in measured doses can reset the body's biological clock, promising possible relief for jet lag, sleeping disorders or

I'm a Wanderer

Vagabond Directed by Agnes Varda At the Copley Place Cinema O ne cool artsy line-and-shadow shot after another flashes on

350th Celebration Offers Symposia, Glitz

If you're looking for a four-year Harvard education but only have four days, come to the University's 350th celebration. In

Tickets, Please

D erek C. Bok and Harvard University Productions are proud to present for two nights only at Soldiers Field Stadium,

Memorial Hall Will Face Renovations Next Spring

Memorial Hall will be cleaned and polished for the 350th celebration, and major renovations are planned for next spring, Harvard

A Great Scare

Aliens Directed by James Cameron At the USA Cinema 57 E ven hidden underneath the seats in a movie theater,

Area Parks Receive Verdant Makeover

Every year fresh grass is planted in Harvard Yard for the benefit of the guests at commencement. But this year,