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Articles tagged Class of 1984

Popular Science

In the Internet era, research moves from professionals’ labs to amateurs’ homes.

LBJ and “All the Way”

The play All the Way at the ART depicts the conflicts of LBJ’s first year in the White House.

Father-Son Venture

Autism tightened the bond between Tom and Ezra Fields-Meyer and led to a moving book.

The Future of Theater

Harvard playwrights, directors, producers, actors, and artistic directors speculate about theatrical prospects for the future.

America as Argentina

Menzie Chinn and Jeffry Frieden review recent U.S. economic woes in the context of the “capital flow cycle.”

Visual Conjurer

Carl Sprague ’84 designs sets for local theater companies and Hollywood movies.