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Aria S.K. Laskin

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Heritage Undressed

When I say that my family is freer than most, I mean that in a fairly literal sense. While most

You WIll Be Crushed: FM's Guide to Throwin' 'Bows in Class

You don’t hate Harvard—you just hate the disproportionate number of d-bags at Harvard. How many times in the past week

Love It/Hate It Special Edition (Hate It/Hate It): Demise of the UC Party Fund Grants

So I am sorry to burst the bubbles of all you tyrannical Theresas, but Dean Pilbeam’s letter hits too close

FM's Study Quiz

1) In times of trouble, you rely on: a) God b) Friends c) Yourself d) Ferrets 2) It is 10

Summer Postcards 2006

The Power of Whining

MEHEBA, Zambia—Jean Zawadi doesn’t look like a fighter at first glance. With her tightly twisted hair, colorful “chitenge” (skirt) and

Fighting Oppression

Two years ago, John P. Jones ’06 was a just regular Harvard student. He had a full course-load, a full-time

The Space Scientist

Jerold S. Kayden ’75 is in the business of social space. And this past spring, he turned it into a

How the Square Got So Square

The desire for more social and meeting space has long been old news on this campus. However, this old argument

Where would they put it?

Very early this Tuesday morning, Special Assistant to the Dean for Social Programming Zachary A Corker ’04 got ready for

Cruel Intentions

In a nation of increasing morality, the breaking of laws is beginning to have ethical, rather than legal, implications. At

A Tongue Of Their Own

My traveling buddy Marissa and I were nursing our pints by the bar in the small Welsh town of Caernerfon

How to Save Springfest

Around this time last year, students at Brown University hadn’t touched school work for an entire week. Yalies spent a

Club Hosts Caribbean Splash

Lowell Lecture Hall exploded with a burst of excitement and energy on Friday night as dancers, poets, and musicians performed

How To Make A Bong With Glassware From The Orgo Lab

If your most faithful Saturday night buddies are H and C (hydrogen and carbon), maybe you should consider adding THC

GIRL POWER

KSG Official’s Talk Motivates Young Girls

On Friday afternoon, in Harvard Hall 202, Victoria A. Budson, executive director of the Women and Public Policy Program at

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Hockey Preview 2014

The Oval
Scrutiny

Seeing Red: Stanford v. Harvard

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Dead Letter: The Aesthetics of Horror

Election Strategy
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Where Did All The Ideas Go?