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A Fish Out of Water

Name: Deborah L Kory House Dudley Co-op Concentration: English and American Language and Literature. Her major swimming awards: Co-Captain of

Tracey L. Carter can barely sit still. She leans backwards over the Chair then swings back up to answer my questions.

We get through two questions about her academics before she interrupts "Do we have popsicles ?" She jumps out of


W hen I opened The Crimson and read that G. Brent McGuire '95 was delivering the Latin Address for this

The Ad Board

I t was first semester of "Brent's" first year at Harvard. He and his roommate "Dave" had just discovered they

Compromise Plan Is a Farce

When anonymous donors came forward last fall to fund a boost in financial support for women's athletics teams, Harvard patted

Gobble, Gobble at the Co-op

10 a.m., Thanksgiving day: the turkey was about to go in the oven. The pies were available for inspection. There

Classics Rendered Contemporary in Troy

No Second Troy by Karen Hartman directed by Dvora Inwood at the Leverett House Old Library through November 20 No

Making Poetry Work: A Conversation with Donald Hall

Life Work by Donald Hall Beacon Press, $15 Seated comfortably in a tweedy grey suit, Donald Hall '51 appears completely


F or the typical Harvard student, Halloween has lost its luster. In this month when lecture material gets serious, when

Dark Humor at Triangle

Green Finger at the Triangle Company through November 13 Set in contemporary Newcastle, England, Michael Wilcox's Green Fingers explores the

Where I'm Coming From OK, AR, IA, MA...

Scene one from frosh year. Make that scene one any year. You're sitting in the dining hall, enjoying your chicken

Hard Sell

1992 Cannes Advertising Awards Museum of Fine Arts Friday, October 22, 7 p.m. Bouncing milk bottles, Catholic priests, sex, Arnold


Et cetera Resigned a powerful position at 15 Minutes to become Staff Assistant to the Special Assistant to the President

'Garden of Scorpions' a Generic 1950s Romance, Russian-Style

The Garden of Scorpions written and directed by Oleg Kovalov at the Harvard Film Archives October 8 through 10 "Garden

Celebration of Family at New Rep

Jar the Floor at the New Repertory Theatre through October 24 When four generations of a Black family congregate for