S OONER OR LATER, someone will term The April Fools the adult analog of The Graduate. Someone probably already has.
F OR YEARS I've heard that if you wanted to see really good student theatre, you should abandon the Loeb
T HERE are times when the one-word quotations featured in a movie's advertising are, to one's surprise, accurate. Such is
I JUST received a letter from a Cliffe in Paris, who says that she does, indeed, love it "in the
MAYBE science fiction isn't what it used to be. Or maybe I'm not what I used to be. Or maybe
T HE FINEST minds of this nation almost unanimously agree that deployment of an anti-ballistic missile system is logically and
ONE OF THE CHRONIC problems of House drama, I've always been given to understand, is that it too often allows
I F YOUR TASTE runs to full farce, there are a number of suitable performances currently running under the guise
SFMT--that stands for San Francisco Mime (pronounce it "meem") Troupe, and they came to Harvard yesterday to help the revolution.
I T WAS WHEN I was in second grade that one of the teacher at our school brought a plastic
THERE IS something Harvard steals from you; maybe it is whatever was once heroic in you, perhaps it is what
D ID YOU happen to pick your copy of Something Happening out of the dust on your, entry's lower landing
T HERE WERE some people inconvenienced recently by the Administrative Board. The Ad Board disallowed their petitions for make-up exams.
T WO THINGS can effect change at Radcliffe: pressure and guilt. (The 'Cliffe's too poor to afford justice.) Sometimes enough