Matthew S. Meisel

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Dean’s Office Neglects Simple Shuttle Solutions

To the editors: It’s nice to see that Shuttle Services and the College Dean’s Office are investigating ways to make

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Sliding from Science

“Wait, you concentrate in chemistry? You always struck me more as the government type.” Over the three years I spent

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The Public Genome

It’s April 2031, and a now 46-year-old campus politico of the class of 2007—pick your favorite—is in Manchester, N.H., to

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Resting On (Mountain) Laurels

As the hippie days of the 1960s drew to a close, the British scientist James Lovelock began to formulate a

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Shooting The Magic Bullet

New mosquitoes may block malaria transmission, but who decides when to release them into the wild? The United States has

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Bullets from Outer Space

In June 1908, a stray space rock—now thought to be a comet—hurtled toward the Tunguska River in Siberia and exploded

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A Bright Idea

The snidely named “How Many Legislators Does it Take to Change a Lightbulb” Act has a not-nearly-so-sinister goal: To reduce

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Predictions

The Crimson’s editorial board puts its slightly scuffed crystal ball to work. Michael B. Broukhim ’07 Editorial chair Drew Gilpin

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Notes On Primal Harvard

EX-CRUCIATING As if seeing an ex-fling isn’t awkward enough, seeing him naked takes the cake—so I realized at Primal Scream

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The Final Stretch

EDITOR’S NOTE The Annotations section is meant to convey a smattering of impressions, written by Crimson editors, on a certain

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Our Hangup with Hydrogen

In his 2003 State of the Union address, President Bush let loose a string of incredible whoppers about the promise

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One Week Later

SMUG JUSTICE The “Opal Mehta” controversy has inspired tremendous outrage among many observers, most of whom have no connection to

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University at a Crossroads

In the two days since University President Lawrence H. Summers announced his resignation, many pertinent questions have arisen. Some concern

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Lamont Student Center?

If you think the melée- cum -protest that was last Monday night at Lamont is going to be a one-time

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For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

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VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

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Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance