Leon Neyfakh

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Fear and Loathing in the Currier Elevator

In art history class this past semester, my section leader made us do one of those fake pedagogical exercises where

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What's My Age Again?

The skies here were dark when Thea L. Sebastian ’08 published the first issue of Freeze back in December of

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Borges Manuscripts Lost

Two handwritten short story manuscripts by the Argentine modernist writer Jorge Luis Borges, held until recently in a safe in

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Honey, I Shrunk the 'Poon

By Leon Neyfakh Two new issues of the Harvard Lampoon came out recently—“Cigarettes and Pornography” and “The Wiki Number.” The

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The Mad Russian(s)

I remember once when I was in sixth grade I stole one of my mom’s Capri minty ultra-lights and took

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Proving Himself

Acording to Harvard mathematician Shing-Tung Yau, the first time journalist Sylvia Nasar got in touch with him for a story

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Landing On Their Feet

In April of last year, my father found himself at the center of a grizzly scandal at the University of

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Party Debuts ‘Blue Line’

“We are on our way to being an 18th-century European political party—with our paraphernalia, our own propaganda, website, blog, and

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Ivy Cup for Alumni Polo Players

In less than three weeks, about 400 ritzy New Yorkers will board a private six-car train in Grand Central Station

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Booking the Real Thing

Kaavya Viswanathan ’08 wrote a book last year. It is a pretty good book; it is thick, orange, and intended

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Love myself better than you: the Advocate sticks with its own in spring issue

The new issue of the storied Harvard Advocate came out early last week, sporting a fresh, leafy cover and a

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Doordropped: On the Radar

Freeze Magazine , Harvard’s answer to Seventeen and YM, is prepping a second issue, to be released at the beginning

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“They Laughed for Six Months. That Was Dangerous. Two of These People Died. ”

Every week, mailboxes across Harvard fill with shame. It is a shame that comes with a glossy cover—a shame that

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The Science of Smiling

CORRECTION APPENDED 845 students sat in Sanders Theater last Thursday watching an online trailer for the movie “Pay It Forward.”

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DOORDROPPED: Which Scene?

The stairwell at Club Umbria smelled like perfume last Wednesday. It was launch night for Emily Washkowitz ’08 and Rebecca

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art

Boxes
Columns

ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining
Columns

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

Reshuffling the Caseload
College

Unloading the Ad Board