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Nayeli E. Rodriguez

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Top Five Things From The 1990s I'm Looking Forward to in '09

The Bush years have been pretty heinous on all counts. And though they composed the bulk of my formative years,

True Love Revolution Guest Pushes Students to Abstain

“If a woman makes herself sexually available, a lot of people say, ‘Why buy the cow when you can get

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Making Their Mark

“The Republicans have no business winning this election,” says Colin J. Motley ’10. An unlikely statement, perhaps, considering that he

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LGBT Party Representatives Advocate for Candidates

With three weeks left until Election Day and less than one week since the reversal of Connecticut’s ban on gay

Girl Talk

Girl Talk’s detractors are always bemoaning the seeming pointlessness of attending one of his infamously high-energy concerts, citing the live

Museum Umbrella Renamed

A museum by any other name will still smell as sweet. Or sweeter, according to Daron Manoogian, spokesman for the

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French Connected

“If you have whack taste and you work hard, your shit will suck, unavoidably probably,” says D.A. Wallach ’07. “If

The Raveonettes

Oldies fans will find something to love on “Lust, Lust, Lust,” the latest release from co-ed Danish duo the Raveonettes.

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Nayeli E. Rodriguez

With the writer’s strike still raging and new installments of “The Office” on hold, now’s the perfect time to reflect

REVOLUTIONARY UNDERSTANDING
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REVOLUTIONARY UNDERSTANDING

Cuban journalist Carlos Franqui addresses students at the Center for Government and International Studies during a discussion entitled “Voice of the Cuban Revolution” yesterday.

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Hockey Preview 2014

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Seeing Red: Stanford v. Harvard

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Dead Letter: The Aesthetics of Horror

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Where Did All The Ideas Go?