Sahil K. Mahtani

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Let a Hundred Rankings Bloom

It’s become fashionable to argue that education cannot be truly measured objectively. Forbes Magazine can measure dollars, and football can

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No Crime, Just Punishment

I didn’t realize what a wart of a town Middlebury was until I searched it using Google Earth yesterday and

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General Electric CEO Made Rapid Rise

Jeffrey R. Immelt became CEO of General Electric (G.E.) on September 7, 2001. Four days later, the world changed. “I

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Exercising Harvard Pride: The Mogul Who Revamped the MAC

For Peter L. Malkin ’55, a partner in a prominent New York real estate firm and a notable philanthropist, graduation

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Ignoring Indonesia

A typical New England drizzle had me running along Oxford Street before I set foot inside the labyrinthine Museum of

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Open The Gates

This summer, I shall renounce 02138 and return to my home city: Jakarta, Indonesia. The city is exhilarating and alive,

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The Final Solution

By SAHIL K. MAHTANI By now we are all familiar with Darfur. For several years now, the Sudanese army and

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Have You Heard of Woodbridge?

Last week, the Woodbridge Society elected its leadership for the new year. With its fresh guard comes the chance to

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West Returns to Plug Book

After more than two years away from Cambridge, former Harvard University Professor Cornel R. West ’74 was back on campus

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International Students Tune In to American Elections

Romanian Ciprian A. Stratulat ’08 is not only paying close attention to his country’s upcoming elections, but is also tuning

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Then Rain Comes

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Rainy Day Impression

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Saudade, or Nostalgia

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Unlocking the Map