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Nina M. Foster

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Arts Vanity: Bringing Back Books and Liquor

For the last year, we’ve published every piece under our jurisdiction in the Books section of The Harvard Crimson. But whenever we searched for the “books” tag in our website’s administration system, a mysterious category would pop up: “books and liquor.”

Claire Saffitz's salty cashew blondies.

The Harvard Crimson Arts board thought that Claire Saffitz's salty cashew blondies were delicious.

‘Mouth to Mouth’ Review: Short Yet Shocking

The first thing that one would notice upon picking up Antoine Wilson’s “Mouth to Mouth” is its brevity. The novel is only 179 pages, divided into chapters that rarely exceed three pages — but what it lacks in length it makes up for in richness.