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The graduate

How Rivers Cuomo discovered meditation, got through Harvard, and found a wife

By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / May 8, 2006

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Rivers Cuomo, the rock star, is craning his neck to follow Lynn Festa, the English professor, who is delivering a whirlwind lecture in Harvard's Holden Chapel. The course is called Sex and Sensibility in the Enlightenment, and Cuomo's desk is piled with lined paper, on which he scribbles calmly and constantly. His signature thick-rimmed glasses have been replaced with an ... (Full article: 1251 words)

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