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Abe J. Riesman

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Weddings & Engagements

For dozens of members of the Class of 2008, graduation will bring not only a diploma but also a wedding

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Nicole Ali ’08 and James M. McNeer ’07

For those who lurk on Facebook hoping for romance, the tale of Nicole Ali ’08 and James M. McNeer ’07

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Masha O. Godina ’08 and Eric T. Hansford

You can’t accuse Eric T. Hansford, the fiancé of Masha O. Godina ’08, of inconsistency. Four and a half years

KA-POW!

If TIME magazine can be considered a cultural barometer, then anyone who wants to call himself “cultured” had better start

Abe J. Riesman

It’s no secret that this reporter has a crush on Thomas L. Friedman. Last year, I assessed the 2006 literary

Blade Runner: The Final Cut

About halfway through “Blade Runner,” Harrison Ford sits down on a couch with a glass of liquor and inserts a

Debut of ‘Darko’ Disappoints at ART

When “Donnie Darko” first went into wide release, a tragic coincidence gave the film an enormous and unanticipated thematic significance.

Card Says Bush ‘Needed’ Him To Leave His Post

Former White House Chief of Staff Andrew H. Card, Jr. said for the first time yesterday that he resigned from

Card Says Bush "Needed" His Resignation

Former White House Chief of Staff Andrew H. Card, Jr. told The Crimson today that he resigned last year from

The One Jew in Wonju

I’m reasonably certain that one reason the Harvard Korea Institute was so willing to give me a fat wad of

The Best TV You Didn't Watch

Just admit it: When it comes to television, most of us show up too late to be trendsetters. Did you

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Dominican President Urges Balance

Facing pointed questions from a Haitian advocacy group in an election-season visit, the president of the Dominican Republic implored Latin

'Stone Cold' Looks To Future

Steve Austin’s hands are meaty, with stubby fingers not much longer than his thumbs, but his handshake is what a

Patti Smith

“To see a bunch of people sitting in a club, like getting into the poetry, or like, ‘Yeah, I dig

Trailer Roundup, Round Six

The Number 23 Celluloid Gold I really have to remind you about the purpose of “Trailer Roundup” on this one:

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads