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Caroline J. Rubin

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Becca Rothfeld and James Wood at The Harvard Book Store

Becca Rothfeld and James Wood at The Harvard Bookstore: Love, Sex, Aesthetics, and the Intersection Between Philosophy and Literature

Becca Rothfeld discussed the combination of philosophy and literature and her debut book, "All Things Are Too Small," at the Harvard Book Store.

So You Want to Read Female Poets

So You Want to Read Female Poets

So you want to read female poets? Here's a list of eight must-read female poets — women of the past and present who have dominated the poetic arena.

Alingon Mitra Still

Alingon Mitra ’08 On the Nuances of Comedy and Humor as Human Connection

Mitra is a comedian who not only understands the behavior and emotions that generate great sets, but is deeply aware of what humor can do for the soul.

Kacey Musgraves Too Good to be True Single Cover

Kacey Musgraves’s ‘Too Good to Be True’ — A Lyrical Letdown

As potentially one of the most talented singer-songwriters of this generation, Musgraves, unfortunately, misses the mark in “Too Good to Be True.”

Feel-Good Art Design

Can Feel-Good Art Save Us?

Feel-good art, in demanding so little of its consumers, soothes and provides a kind of sedation — a kind of pause in the torrent of indiscriminate information.

'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Still.

‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ Season 12 Review: Old Reliable and Never Better

Babe, wake up — Larry David is back. Yes, indeed. The new season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” has arrived and get this: it’s pretty good.

Harvard in Winter

The Harvard February: Winter Vignettes by Crimson Arts

Several Harvard students reflect on the subtleties of a dormant nature, memories long past, and how to find the light in the darkness of winter.