Joy Horowitz

Latest Content

A Touch Of Taj

The voice over the loud speaker at Paul's Mall resonates clearly. "Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome Mr. Taj Mahal." Mr.

Students Living Off Campus Find Freedom, But Also Isolation

Most undergraduates never even consider moving off campus. Meeting new and different people in the Houses, lingering in the dining

Lawyers Cite Sex Discrimination in Schools

Two women's rights advocates told a Cambridge Forum audience of about 50 last night that the crucial area of concern

Joyless Notes

While drunkenly walking out of the Harvard Stadium on Saturday afternoon, C. Dog Parker knowingly handed me the following poem:

Jim Plunkett: California Split Quarterback

What a juxtaposition. Jim Plunkett, the player to Jim Plunkett, the man. It's a wonder that the two can co-exist.

Harvard's Busy Mental Health Bureaucracy

There has been a subtle but visible increase in the number of Harvard-Radcliffe undergraduates seeking therapy and counseling over the

Hilles Library Grill to Remain Closed

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences has decided to close the Hilles Library grill this year because of last year's

Radcliffe Field Hockey Team Prepares for Season Opener

A change in the women's field hockey rule book coupled with an unusual mixture of talent and dedication promises to

McInally Vies for All-American Status

He doesn't drink except for a "very occasional" scotch and water. He doesn't smoke. He drinks milk three times a