When Article 24 opened in Brighton in June, it arrived to much fanfare. Zagat, the restaurant bible, had already named it “one of Boston’s 11 most anticipated restaurants for spring,” and since opening, the restaurant has been attracting a steady crowd, drawn to its food, tequila bar (called Bandito, located downstairs), and live DJs. The […]
A CARD visiting researcher since 2000, Wendy Lippe is also a therapist in private practice and the artistic director of the Psych Drama Company. This month, the Psych tackles Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? with Lippe as Martha.
The young woman’s home life with her Vietnamese parents was one of unrelenting strife: perfectionist demands over grades and behavior that made her feel inadequate, and ironclad restrictions regarding her free time and choice of friends. A knock-down-and-drag-out over her boyfriend finally made her snap, and she attempted to hang herself from a rafter, blacking […]
Although some faculty shy away from teaching large lecture-hall classes, they appeal to Ahmad (“Mo”) Khalil, a College of Engineering assistant professor of biomedical engineering. “I like to teach the big undergrad classes,” says Khalil, who can be found leading ENG’s control systems in biomedical engineering and thermodynamics and statistical mechanics courses. “Undergrads are a […]