Eugenia B. Schraa

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Reinventing the Harvard Party

“You’ll find I may not be quite the Jon Belushi character you imagine,” claims Zachary A. Corker ’04, the notorious

Review: ‘Hot Her’ Hit and Miss in the Kronauer Space

The Hot Her Kronauer Space, December 5-6 Written and Directed by Kyle R. McCarthy ’06 The Hot Her, which ran

Review: 'South Pacific' Warms Ag

South Pacific Agassiz Theater, November 13-21 Directed by Rachel D. Galper ’05 Produced by Rebecca E. Rubins ’05 When

Long-Lost 'Æthiop' Still Charms

The Æthiop, which ran this weekend in the Agassiz Theatre, dates from 1812 and ranked as one of the most

Film Review

Mendy, an Orthodox bubble boy, is pitted against the harsh and irrational realities of the first intifada in The Holy

Review: Gheri Dosti: Enlightened but Dull

Gheri Dosti: An Evening of Plays with a South Asian Bent ;-) Leverett Old Library, Oct 23 - Nov 15

Review: Arts Do Not Prove Summers’ ‘Forte’

Forte! A Celebration of Student Excellence... Sanders Theatre, October 25 Larry Summers has started selling himself as an art

Promoter of Voice Mail Moves To Belize, Invents Plastic ‘Shoe’

It has taken Robert L. Consolini ’53-’56 a while to get on the fast track to wealth. Doubtless dozens of

Crimson Key Sees Fewer Applicants, Extends Deadline

Members of the Crimson Key Society once proudly proclaimed that getting into their organization was as difficult as getting into

Food and Drink

Theater in the Square

Harvard Square is said to have the most bookstores per square foot of any American city. But its density of

‘Upstairs’ Restaurant Reopens Quietly in Square

A year and a half after Harvard forced Upstairs at the Pudding from the third floor of the Hasty Pudding

Students Munch Mexican

With free nachos, salsa and a mariachi band, Real Taco—the Square’s new fast-food Mexican restaurant—celebrated its grand opening Saturday afternoon.

Porter Sq. Focuses On Crime

Last Tuesday, a man ran out of Cambridge Music with a stolen guitar in hand and two store employees in

Cafe Revamps Food, Not Image

Fifty years ago, Josephina Yangcras walked down Bow Street and spotted a four-story house with a small patio. She knew

While You Were Gone

Geisinger Professor of History William C. Kirby assumed the post of dean of the Faculty on July 1, pledging comprehensive