Sarah A. Rodriguez

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Lessons From Olivia

A few days ago, I ran into the first friend I made at Harvard, a girl named Olivia (not her

What If It Happened to Me?

I started off wanting to write this, my final column before classes end, about how I've been a terrible Harvard

Who? Rock 'N Roll Dreams Come True in Tommy

"During this entire project, it was critically important to me not to mess with Tommy, not to turn it into

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Curing the Summertime Blues

Sarah A. Rodriguez '99 is a English concentrator in Winthrop House. Her column appears on alternate Mondays. Brrring. "Hello?" "Julia?"


Getting Away From All

So I'm at the American Airlines counter at Logan, glaring at the man behind the computer, who glares back at


Getting Away From It All

So I'm at the American Airlines counter at Logan, glaring at the man behind the computer, who glares back at

Dressing to Impress

Two weeks ago, my roommates came home to discover me standing in the bathroom, wearing very little and dumping the

Fantasizing About Infamy

I like the kiosks in the Yard. I'm not usually bothered (and am often a little amused) by their neon-colored

Stand Up for the Comedians, Love Your Liebman

WENDY LIEBMAN At the Comedy Central Feb. 12-14 Wendy Liebman may look sweet and innocent on stage, but hiding behind

Oppression Gets Syncopation

RAGTIME Directed by Frank Galati At the Colonial Theater Through Mar. 28 As far as popular and Tony-award-winning musicals go,

GUYS & dolls

Guys and Dolls is, quite possibly, the best musical ever performed at Harvard. The previous statement may be a bit

BSO Gives Program to Schumann and Mahler

The night before Thanksgiving day may not seem like the ideal evening to journey out to Symphony Hall--particularly not if

Thirty-Three Years and Still Crackin'

Dazzling. Breathtaking. Marvelous. Delightful. Fuzzy. Fuzzy? You read it right the first time. Boston Ballet's The Nutcracker, one of the

Rusted Root Conquers Paradise

When the folksy, Phish-y band Rusted Root took the stage in Boston on November 5, one could see from the

Co-Ed Naked Comedy With Jon Stewart

NAKED PICTURES OF FAMOUS PEOPLE By Jon Stewart Rob Weisbach Books $24, 163 pp. Before one critical word is written