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Sarah C. Mcketta

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An Open Letter to the Community

I regret to inform you that the Faculty of Arts and Sciences will not longer be accepting any incoming physics

I Love Lamp

I don’t wake up a cyborg, but every morning I become one for at least a quarter hour. Let’s backtrack.

We’re Number One!

Last week, two independent researchers published studies in which they were able to successfully develop stem cells from non-embryonic human

Boxing Day

Packing boxes is always a tedious task, but only a few times in my life has it ever felt heart-wrenchingly

There Is No 'I' In Batman

It’s appalling the way people think they can just run for President. Take, for example, Barack “Terrorist” Obama. We know

The Half-Naked Prince

I hate to admit to reading AOL News, but recently, a rather controversial article popped up in its circulating headlines.

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Operation Gen Ed Freedom

My, my, has this page been busy! Harsh words have been flying, and all of Harvard has been caught in

Shop ’til You Drop

DISCOVERING THE INTANGIBLES Shopping period is one of Harvard’s most appealing attractions, although students rarely take full advantage of it.

Ugly is the New Pretty

BOLOGNA, Italy—Prior to leaving for the Peninsula, I was swarmed with well-meant advice. Rather than suggesting I pack first-aid however,

Outrageous

America knows no boundaries. Its denizens are all a bunch of filthy, immoral, sex-obsessed individuals who will stop at nothing

On The Radar: On the Heir

On The Heir. Thurs., April 20-Sat., April 22. 8 p.m. Agassiz Theater. $7; $5, student/seniors. Tickets available at box office.

The Pub Problem

While we were leaving the Yard last weekend, my friend and I were stopped by three tourists in search of

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Dancers Flock to MAC for National Contest

Exercising in the Malkin Athletic Center (MAC) is rarely as glamorous as it was this weekend at the 15th Annual

Hockey
Men's Ice Hockey

Hockey Preview 2014

The Oval
Scrutiny

Seeing Red: Stanford v. Harvard

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Arts

Dead Letter: The Aesthetics of Horror

Election Strategy
Columns

Where Did All The Ideas Go?