Paras D. Bhayani

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Leaders, Not Laggards, On Health Reform

It has become a virtual tautology to say that the nation’s long-term fiscal problem is really a health care cost problem.

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Nolan, McGovern for Cambridge

When Cambridge voters go to the polls next Tuesday, I hope they mark their ballots for the two committee members who have the strongest records of bringing positive change to the city’s public schools.

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Why I (sort of) Like SLAM

For the four years I’ve been at Harvard, the Student Labor Action Movement has been one of the least popular

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Surveying the Class

The number of Harvard seniors entering finance and consulting has fallen by half in the past year, with just one

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Taking The Long Way

A handful of students will gather today in leafy Tercentenary Theatre for a ceremony filled with all the pomp and

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Fire These Administrators

As Harvard begins to confront its most severe budgetary and financial contraction in a generation, administrators in the Faculty of

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Breaking the News

Local media reported earlier this month that The New York Times Company has threatened to close The Boston Globe, its

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Budget Cutting for Dummies

At his town hall meeting last week, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Michael D. Smith said that

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An Area of Darkness

In the past few weeks, Slumdog Millionaire has become nothing short of a worldwide sensation, earning a jaw-dropping 10 Oscar

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Putting the Al in Allston

Last week, Tercentenary Theatre was decked out in Commencement fare, festooned with large banners proclaiming that “Green is the New

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Harvard Health Policy Review Stirs Controversy

A controversial article published in the undergraduate-run Harvard Health and Policy Review has prompted a Harvard professor to resign from

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Playing With Fire

A week ago, Congress gave its final assent to a deal that would allow American companies to sell nuclear technology

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Wall Street Meltdown

For just under a month, reporters have been fashioning articles about the financial crisis by simply listing the venerable Wall

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Former Mexican Health Minister To Lead Harvard School of Public Health

Julio Frenk, a global health expert who served as health minister under former Mexican President Vicente Fox, will become dean

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In Aggressive Move, Harvard Outlines Significant Cuts to Carbon Emissions

University President Drew G. Faust adopted a task force's recommendations for addressing climate change on Wednesday, committing Harvard to reducing

A World Cup Malcontent
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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