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Asya Troychansky

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A Neglected Department

Blacks typically score lower than whites on standardized tests. But if University President Larry H. Summers were to suggest that

A Tradition of Sexual Safety

At Harvard, traditions are a dime a dozen. Known for its tradition of academic excellence, Harvard is also the home

Adapting the 'F' Word

NEW YORK—Years of usage and co-option have made the “F” word the most demonized in the English language. But I

Why We Need A Women's Center

Last week, the Undergraduate Council passed a proposal to create a women’s center at Hilles; yet, the idea struck a

Men's "Tough Guise"

Last week, in a nauseating New York Times Magazine accolade, Michael Lewis thanked his high school coach for teaching him

A Pet Cause

Regardless of your take on animal rights, there’s no denying that Dan Matthews—the luscious Vice President of the People for

Product Placement in the Crib

Coca-Cola culture is everywhere. Name brands have slithered into most sectors of American society, appearing on TV, radio and as

Summers Receives Child Advocacy Award at NYU

University President Lawrence H. Summers received the Child Advocacy Award from New York University’s (NYU) Child Study Center last Wednesday.

Oxford Scientist Launches Sharp Critique of Religion

Despite the massive costs religion has imposed on human society, it persists because children do not question their parents’ beliefs,

Keeping Up Appearances

Last Friday, Harvard as we know it morphed into the Hahvahd of yore. As first-years’ parents descended on the Yard,

Concilio Latino Hosts Welcome Day

With energy and grace, the dancers of Ballet Folklorico de Aztlan bobbed, tapped and turned to the beat of traditional

Free Time
Columns

In Search of Lost Time

Larry, In His Element
Scrutiny

Professor Summers

Data Sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization

School at School
Columns

What We Forget About School: School