Sahil K. Mahtani

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The Trouble With the Germans

I never thought I would envy a women’s college, but recently, Barnard College built Cathedral Gardens, a dormitory that houses

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A Better Carnival

I dropped by the Harvard College Carnival on Friday. The whole thing reeked of state-school envy, a troubling sentiment I

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Taming the Dragon

SINGAPORE—I’ve been following the march of the gays into Jerusalem closely. It reminds me of the devil’s intrusion into Moscow

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Engineering Human Souls

It is a discipline the College has never quite known how to deal with. Over the last century, engineering has

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Company in Cambridge: A Pamplonan’s Coffee-Flavored Life

Josefina Yanguas is 89 years old. Her voice is velvety and still infused with an august Basque accent after all

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A note from the Editorial Board

The Harvard of 1981, as revealed by The Crimson’s editorial pages of that year, was marked by affairs that may

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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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The Eyes of Doctor Fitzgerald

Of all the final clubs at Harvard, it is the Fly’s grounds that most remind me of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s

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Why Yale is Better

If you support Harvard-style housing, you are being inconsiderate in effect, if not in intent. The winners of Harvard-style housing

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DISSENTING OPINION: A Noxious Mistreatment

In the wake of University President Lawrence H. Summers’ resignation, just about everyone is trying to diagnose and treat Harvard’s

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The Gay Old Party

Harvard’s Republicans today are much like the hippies of the ’60s: both love to see themselves as provocateurs of convention,

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How to make a ‘Scene’

Bursting uncouthly into the limelight last week was Scene, “Harvard campus’ magazine on society, style & living”—the aggravating creation of

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Reject's Manifesto

A specter is haunting Harvard—the specter of a real community. If you’ve got even a sprig of imagination, you’ll know

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This Old (Inter-) House

There’s a structural problem in the debate about Harvard’s House system: the people most likely to need the Houses are

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Don’t Diss What Nourishes You

Corporate recruiting is as maligned as it is observed. An upperclassman’s autumn is now well underway and that means a

Adventures in Separation and Spain
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Adventures in Separation and Spain

Dare to Dye
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Dare to Dye

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Dos Besos

A World Cup Malcontent
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A World Cup Malcontent