Few would deny that Harvard is a pretty darn cerebral place. As we’re so often reminded, it’s America’s oldest college,
When citizens of Massachusetts voted yes in November to Question 2, the “Sensible Marijuana Policy Initiative,” many of them thought
On March 5, the city of Boston and Harvard University co-hosted a conference titled, “Green Cities: Lessons from Boston and
I never really thought of myself as “American” until I went abroad. I mean, sure, I am a citizen of
In Madrid, it was with full enthusiasm that I bought tickets to a bullfight. After all, I came abroad to
I sat down in Spanish class this week and my teacher passed around the room a newspaper clipping about “Spanglish.”
On Oct. 31, the Spanish National Court ended the trial of those allegedly responsible for the 2004 Madrid train bombings.
Here, in Spain, I grumble every time that I have to use energy. A load of laundry costs $3, and
From an American perspective, China is a cheap country to live in. Living in Beijing this summer, I marveled at
In the U.S., an average can of Coca-Cola (or at least the one in my fridge at home) contains 355
About a week ago, I opened my inbox to discover an e-mail advertising a “feminist” party titled “Fuck the Man!
President Bush’s approval rating is at an all-time low of 34 percent, and it’s pretty clear why. Citizens are disenchanted
It’s now 2007, and one of Harvard’s resolutions for the year is to find its next leader. As the presidential
In the role of Harvard Law student Elle Woods, the insightful Reese Witherspoon once said, “Exercise releases endorphins. Endorphins make
Harvard is preparing to launch a spring-semester study-abroad program at the University of Havana, despite strict federal regulations on U.S.