Aliza Shvarts: The Halloween How-To For Harvard Students

Aliza Shvarts '08 is more than just an alleged abortion-inducer; according to our commenters, she is also a style icon of sorts. In fact, we predict that come Halloween, students all over Cambridge and other rival Ivies will be dressing up as the suddenly-notorious art student from that other East Coast institution of… »4/18/08 1:30pm4/18/08 1:30pm

Chris Rock Was Right: Abortion Is A Choice Between A Female And Her Friends

With all this talk about Aliza Shvarts and her (im)possible abortions, it got me thinking about how women decide whether to keep or terminate a pregnancy. For those of us have gotten pregnant, was the opinion of the dude who knocked you up ever the final say in your decision of whether to keep it or get an abortion?… »4/18/08 1:00pm4/18/08 1:00pm

One Thing Is Certain: Right Now, Yale University & Aliza Shvarts '08 Are 100% Annoying

I seem to be the only one of the Jezebels online and — lucky for me! — now we're hearing that Aliza Shvarts is disputing Yale University's claim that her performance piece was a work of fiction. Reports the Yale Daily News: »4/17/08 11:50pm4/17/08 11:50pm

Oh, Christ. Anyway, interested (and still-awake) readers can learn more . I, for one, have had…

Yale: Abortion Art Piece Was "Creative Fiction"

So it turns out that Aliza Shvarts, the Yale student who said she impregnated herself only to abort her embryos using "herbal" methods several times over for an art project, totally pulled one over on everyone. (Well, everyone except Moe.) She didn't really get pregnant a bunch of times, and she didn't really give… »4/17/08 7:45pm4/17/08 7:45pm

Yale Senior Undergoes Multiple Self-Induced Miscarriages In The Name Of Art

Update: It was fake.

Yale University senior Aliza Shvarts, left, swears she's not trying to "scandalize anyone." Her art is definitely not designed purely for "shock value,". Even so, it's hard to know what to call Shvarts' senior thesis, "a documentation of a nine-month process during which she artificially… »4/17/08 12:00pm4/17/08 12:00pm