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Mubarak still in office; Effect of protests reaches Pakistan


By Anum Hussain — 02/10/11
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak announced today that he will remain in office but not seek re-election. Mubarak broadcast his statement around 3:30 p.m. EST. The crowd gathered in Tahrir Square erupted in anger.

Demonstrators Gather for Second Egypt Protest


By Anum Hussain — 02/05/11
You could hear the beat of their drums and the sound of their chants. Hundreds of protestors in Boston marched around Copley Square today to make clear that they stand united against Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak

Leno proud of his long-awaited Pudding Pot


By Christine Ryan — 02/05/11
It was a night of many firsts for comedian Jay Leno. Having a dance off in heels with an Ellen Degeneres look-a-like was one first. Another first and more meaningful was being named Harvard Theatrical’s Hasty Pudding Man of the Year.

From El Paso to Hollywood


By Justine Frostad — 01/31/11 Academy Award-winning actor F. Murray Abraham grew up in El Paso, Texas near the Mexican border, where acting was the farthest thing from his mind. In fact Abraham was part of a gang before he had a part in a play.

Hundreds Protest Egypt in Boston


By Anum Hussain — 01/29/11
The protest march about the situation in Egypt went from Harvard Square in Cambridge to Faneuil Hall in downtown Boston. It all started Thursday night when 23-year-old Marihan Hashesh had a plan to show fellow Egyptians that the United States is behind them.

Harvard cheers for “Moore” at Hasty Pudding


By Brittany Berkowitz — 01/27/11 Actress Julianne Moore has taken home the gold. No, It wasn’t an Oscar but the honorary pudding pot. Moore was named Harvard Theatrical’s Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year.

Cahill’s Hometown Votes

By Trevor Savage — 11/02/10
Voters arrived at a Quincy Elementary school as early as 6am this morning, eager to cast their ballots. Hometown hero Tim Cahill was a popular topic for Quincy Voters.

Circle Mirror Transformation Brings Drama to the Next Level


By Justine Frostad –11/01/10 In Circle Mirror Transformation, playwright Annie Baker depicts the complicated lives of five characters through creative drama games. The play chronicles a 7-week adult drama class that takes place at a community center in the fictional town of Shirley, Vermont.

President Obama Visits Boston On The Campaign Trail


By Laura Roberts — 10/16/2010
Democrats have been worrying about an enthusiasm gap. But President Barack Obama wants to change that. Mr. Obama came to town Saturday to rally for Governor Deval Patrick and to get the Bay State “fired up and ready to go.”