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A Diamond in the Buff

Last February, Harvard got introduced to a peculiar undergraduate with an even more peculiar plan when Matt di Pasquale ’09,

Take the Money and Run

NEW YORK — Samuel Israel III is armed and dangerous. At least, so warned "America’s Most Wanted" host John Walsh

A Note from the Editorial Board

As the Class of 1983 celebrates its 25th reunion, we take a look back at the opinions published on our

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A Stroke of Genius

On December 10, 1996, Harvard neuroscientist Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor nearly died. As a result of a cerebral hemorrhage, the

Concert or Discord?

Point: Gavin DeGraw ain’t nothin’ to fuck with People have had much to say about Gavin DeGraw since the announcement

Harvesting Cash

It’s a good time to be a farmer. Buoyed by rising demand for biofuels and the growth of the middle

Apocalypse Now

When Davidson guard Jason Richards’ last second three-pointer missed the mark, ending his team’s long-shot bid to upset the mighty

Play It Again, Ralph

Like leap years and the Summer Olympics, Ralph Nader’s presidential bids appear quadrennially with unfailing reliability. In every presidential election

Wag of the Finger

Stephen Colbert’s short-lived presidential campaign has hit a major roadblock. Just weeks after the host of Comedy Central’s “The Colbert

This is Autocracy!

At President Drew Gilpin Faust’s installation ceremony on Friday, Undergraduate Council (UC) President Ryan A. Petersen ’08 bust out the

Fasci-ism at Lamont

For a Harvard student, leaving the library is a painful process, akin to that of the junkie saying goodbye to

Cracking Down on Drinking

The College’s recent crackdown on alcohol is causing a ruckus across campus. Since May, the administration has been meeting with

Nasty, Brutish, And Obstinate

This week, over 100 sophomores who have enrolled in Social Studies 10a, the first half of what was a year-long

Blown out of Proportion

There is no course at Harvard that will teach you how to win a war. But if your career ambition

Fixing Gridlock

New York City is no country for driving men (or women). A combination of congested streets, alternate-side parking regulations, and