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Making Change Last

Fifty years from now, when I think about Harvard on Election Night 2008, what I’ll remember is a hundreds-strong crowd

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Fast Fashion Challenge

THE SHOW New York City may have Bryant Park, but we have The Sanctum. On Saturday night, we put the

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Paying it Forward

Tucked between a Rite-Aid drug store and an overgrown field, the converted bank building in New Orient Heights seems unremarkable

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The Love-SATs!

Despite being the hub of one of the most famously awkward dating scenes in all of America — where else

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HFAI Revisited

A piece of furniture nearly ruined the beginning of freshmen year for Peter M. Conti-Brown ’05. Conti-Brown, who had just

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The Cutest of the CUE

In honor of shopping period, FM brings you the real course ratings for some of Harvard’s most popular classes. Compiled

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What the Taxi Driver Said

At one point in my life, I could fluently speak Chinese. Really—I have many fond memories of this elusive ability.

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Donald P. Hodel '57

On a warm night during the spring reading period of 1954, Donald P. Hodel ’57—a freshman living in Wigglesworth E-11—received

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'Chainsaw Drew'

Woman. First. Historian. Asked to describe her for the first time, critics and admirers alike pulled from a surprisingly similar

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A Haven Behind Closed Doors

Behind a closed door in the basement of Lowell House, two counselors sit in a homey living room. Brightly colored

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Magazine Shines Light on Secret Sphere

As candles dimly lit their faces, students tried to illuminate a normally obscure area of campus discourse. Though they told

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Grand Master-Flex

The video begins with the faraway shot of a man in a neat room with a mahogany desk. The camera

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So Debauched Right Now

Monopoly money is already protruding from sweaty crevices everywhere, and it’s only the beginning of the night at Winthrop House’s

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Harvard Politics in 2007

In the past few years, attention to politics has shown that if you want to become president of the United

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The White House Years of Clinton—Hillary, Not Bill

With a possible presidential race ahead of her in 2008 and a second Senate term recently secured in the 2006

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VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

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Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

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Let’s Talk about Campus-Eye-Contact-Culture

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