Near Eastern History professor Fred M. Donner discussed his research on a papyrus letter that he believes may be the… Read more »
Department of Classics Professor Elizabeth Asmis surveyed the triumphs and failures of ancient Greek medicine during her talk, “Medical Healing… Read more »
In an age of globalization, is the search for the next Great American Novel narrow-minded and archaic? At his Humanities… Read more »
The red chairs extending far into the bookshelves of the Seminary Co-Op were too few to house the dozens of… Read more »
“I’ve increasingly come to think that you can’t really understand the Cold War without thinking about Japan’s role in it.”… Read more »
In the hundred years since Carlo Lorenzini published a series of stories about the puppet Pinocchio, his creation has turned… Read more »
This summer’s Pitchfork Music Festival commenced with scorching temperatures on July 19. Marketing itself as “the best and most… Read more »
This was definitely Pete Campbell’s episode. We see him in all facets of his life: going to Driver’s Ed, fighting… Read more »
This episode was all about women, specifically (well to me, and I’m biased), Joan and Peggy. But before I get… Read more »
If you didn’t notice in last week’s two-hour premiere, Mrs. Betty Francis was glaringly missing. While she’s not my favorite… Read more »
It’s been 17 long and painful months since Don Draper has graced our television screens and I’m not going to… Read more »
JR Aquino and Mitchell Grey put on well-received concert at I-House.
Well. That’s over. How we’d do? Not so well. I knew that there would be an upset, as there is… Read more »
“Life is a game in which the player must appear ridiculous”
Reflections on third-wheeling it.
“All of that unbridled joy has given me quite an appetite”
In Episode 5 of Downton Abbey, Cora Crawley and Lady Grantham determine that they must find a “more enticing scaffold” for Mrs. Crawley.
And the comedian headlining the Major Activities Board’s (MAB) 2012 Winter Comedy Show is… Reggie Watts! A musical comedian first… Read more »
I’d never been to an apartment concert before. Walking into the homey, yellow-lit rooms where Talrton, Zoo Animal, and Project… Read more »