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In the biggest games of the season, the defense has stepped up and exerted a level of control over the game that has not been seen from a Harvard team in recent years.
When I turned in my thesis last month, the world seemed to exhale deeply. A great monomania had evaporated, leaving a gaping hole that one’s supposed to think of as room to explore. And yet aside from the standard-grade senioritis, I found myself at a loss for what to do with my freedom.
Vonnegut lampooned the world’s absurdity for me, Fuentes laid the sometimes-sordid foundations of power bare to me, but Gabriel García Márquez taught me how to dream.
This week, our protagonist follows Collin to discover a secret about their family land.
Virginia Marshall discusses the historical role of poet laureates and the future of Boston's Poet Laureate position.
I’m sure that all of these proposals reflect well-developed and thoughtful plans on the part of Harvard University. But in my four years here, the rigidity of Harvard’s furniture has never seemed a major roadblock to my learning experience. In fact, I have had little to no interaction with technology in the classroom.
For the uninitiated, this week is Passover, an eight day holiday in which your favorite local lawyers and doctors, the Jews, celebrate their exodus from Egypt by depriving themselves of everything remotely edible.
More than usual, these past few weeks in the United States have been a time of sheer idiocy.
Upon reading through the article, Ruth let out a literal sigh of relief before calling Kristin, her partner of four years, to share the news.
It’s important to restart the national conversation around enlarging Head Start and Early Head Start to every willing child in America.
If I want to be a serious lady power player, I’m going to need to purchase a blazer. It’s going to be black or navy blue, it’s going to cinch at the waist and flair at the hips, and, damn it, it’s going to get me taken seriously.
Andrew Wyner discusses Steven Stoute's documentary "The Tanning of America" and the way in which hip-hop has shaped American culture.