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Alone Together

Spending senior week waking up at five a.m. was not exactly what I had in mind when I imagined the

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15 STUDY JAMS

Scientific studies show that listening to classical music while working helps you concentrate and retain information. Fuck that. FM offers

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Counting People, On the Air

Pretend you’re a ratings company. Your main problem? Determining how many people are listening to a radio station in any

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Should Radio Mix Its Media?

Imagine a morning radio program hosted by Adam Nagourney, Katie Couric, and Howard Stern. Okay, it might be a bit

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FCC, Won’t You Please Let Me Be?

This past week, WBAI, a public radio station in New York City, was so worried about the FCC’s recent trend

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Fiery Furnaces

Full disclosure: I spent the better part of my summer listening to the indie rock CDs that flooded the mailboxes

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Harvard’s 8 Hottest Brainiacs

Debra T. Auguste Although Assistant Professor of Bioengineering Debra T. Auguste was not directly involved with the creation of the

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African Studies Survives Rocky Years of Early Eighties

What’s in a name? For some, the switch from a department named Afro-American Studies to one entitled African and African-American

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Outside Harvard Yard

Over the course of four years, Harvard students responded to the Cold War as tensions flared inside and outside Harvard

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Four Reasons Radio Lives

This semester, we’ve enjoyed predicting gloomy forecasts for the radio industry, but like Boston weather, the time has come for

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Love it or Hate it: Third Eye Blind

Third Eye Blind: My Anti-Drug? Look, I understand that all of the rules of music snobbery dictate that I am

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FM Roundtable: Writing to Live

In honor of the recent crop of Harvard authors making it big, FM decided to sit down with a few

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RIAA Tacks on New Fees, Threatening College Radio

Although internet radio may be a strange, hybrid beast, something about “tuning in” online—perhaps it’s niche music communities, perhaps more

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Can a Satellite Merger Change Anything?

Satellite radio, the “savior” of the radio industry, is in for its biggest change yet. XM and Sirius, the nation’s

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Getting Legal Lessons from Radio Tapes

Thanks to “High Fidelity” and John Cusack, the art of mixtape-making has been hammered into each and every one of

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Adventures in Separation and Spain

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Dare to Dye

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Dos Besos

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A World Cup Malcontent