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Enter to Grow in Wisdom

The following op - ed will appear in a print edition of The Crimson the week of June 2. On

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Daddy, buy me a clone!

This week, British members of Parliment and members of the Lords will gather for a second reading of a bill

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Point/Counterpoint: Applaud Abroad?

Time (and space) to think Recent data from the Office of International Programs shows an encouraging shift in student attitudes

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A Crisis in Rice

Google Trends, which tracks the volume of internet searches, reveals a dramatic spike over the last quarter in searches for

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Stirring the Pot

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s New Labour Party is back in the immigration game. Last February, the UK government introduced

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Stop for Sanity’s Sake

On-campus recruiting for summer internships has come and nearly gone. Juniors, sophomores, and even some freshmen have made their way

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The Dungeon on Dunster Street

Last week, we ran into each other at a place that is supposed to guard a treasure more precious than

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Plane Pain

As we near exam period, conversations about summer plans proliferate faster than outstanding course assignments. Harvard’s annual summer diaspora is

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Scribbles on the Door

The first and second cubicle doors of the women’s toilets on the fourth floor of Lamont Library used to bear

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Clash of Civilisations

When it comes to problems with free speech about Islam, Denmark is something of a hotspot. Islamic radicals murdered Danish

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O’Reilly Show Airs Brown Party

Students at Brown University were outraged when an unwelcome guest crashed the Queer Allianace’s annual SexPowerGod party last Saturday and

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Israeli Band Rocks for Peace

Spreading a message of peace from Israel, popular band The Fools of Prophecy rocked Harvard Law School’s Pound Hall in

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A World Cup Malcontent

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Then Rain Comes

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Rainy Day Impression

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Saudade, or Nostalgia