Alexandra N. Atiya

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Tome Raider: The World of Henry Orient

Nora Johnson’s “The World of Henry Orient,” first published in 1958, is a sad, beautiful story about the pains of

It's An Incredibly Small World, After All

The “Public Art / Moving Site” project has put on a kind of traveling show across three New England cities

The Right To Reason

The “Elena posters” are the newest tactic of Harvard Right to Life. They feature a little fetus saying, “Oh, HI!

Tome Raider: The Bell

Dora Greenfield arrives at Imber Abbey without her bags, holding only a butterfly between her hands. She soon realizes her

Godfrey Takes Art to the Streets

Industrial waste? Unearthed relics of Colonial Cambridge? Abnormally-large cubby-holes? What, exactly, is the origin of the tall stack of steel

Actors Create Depth in Bittersweet Love Story

“The Last Five Years,” the inventive and generally successful musical performed over the long weekend, recounts the break-up of Jamie

New York Lawyer Finds Second Career in Passion for Literature

To become a successful New York lawyer, an icon in international law, is usually enough of a career for one

FAS Fails To Pick Science Dean

After almost a year of concerted effort and at least two unsuccessful overtures, the committee charged with searching for a