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Since haunting and thought-provoking photographs by Cam Mason '01 have been published in The Harvard Advocate, The Harvard Photography Journal

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If you've taken a look at the latest issue of the Harvard Photography Journal, sophomore Pacho Velez's striking black-and-white pictures

Topsy-Turvy Marriage

An ancient curse. A well-mannered, blushing maiden. A would-be Baronet masquerading as a farmer. A village lunatic. An elderly spinster.

"Who Could Ask for Anything More?" A review of "Crazy for You"

The Fantastick Theater Company's production of George Gershwin's Crazy For You is an exceptional musical. Combining remarkable singing as well

French Farce Has Cruel Pretensions

Francis Veber, the man behind the extraordinary comic feats La Cage Aux Folles and Les Comperes, (both eventually remade in

Visual Arts and Music

Who is this Wols? Six grimacing self-portraits, the first images one encounters in the Busch-Reisinger Museum's exhibit of his photographs,


PANORAMA: A STUDENT ART EXHIBIT Presented by Hillel Arts Committee Coordinated by Tal Astrachan '01 and Sara Jablon '00 At

On Shaky Foundations at the Dunster House Opera

CANDIDE Directed by Lane Shadgett and Eric Tipler At Dunster House Through Feb. 20 I n spite of some minor


WITH ZACHARY L. SHRIER '99 THC: How autobiographical do you feel "The Jerusalem Disease" is? ZLS: It's not autobiographical in