Brian J. Bolduc

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Bin Laden's Death

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The Harvardian’s Guide to the Real World

Seniors, assuming you acquit yourselves well during finals (I’d say odds are 50-50), almost a quarter of you will join ...

Commencement 2010

A Few Good Men of Harvard

In short, you see people who are so busy trying to save the world that they forget to take care of it.

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And You Went to Harvard?

To maintain an interest in politics while living outside it is to be a rather self-controlled junkie. And to remain a conservative after four years at Harvard is to be a very stubborn thing.

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The Intellectual Goes to Washington

I consider Mr. Ryan a model because he is serious. He does not simply oppose President Barack Obama’s agenda; he offers a better one in its place.

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A Defense of Ethnic Studies (Sort of)

We study other cultures because we know the West is inadequate.

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Oh, the Money You’ll Blow!

The problem, therefore, is that the market for higher education is rigged. Schools block cheaper competitors from entering, and government encourages prices to rise.

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Yes, I Want Fries with That

Zoning laws reveal an unpleasant truth: Government by the people is government by the vocal. The

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ROTC? ROFL!

To recognize ROTC would not be to violate the University’s policy against discrimination.

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Kill Obamacare

President Obama should drop his plans for health care and focus on the economy, which remains Americans’ main concern.

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Jägerbombed

You can buzz without a beerfest.

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I Go to Harvard. FML.

Harvardians have their privilege and hate it too—or at least many of them try.

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How to Lose Friends and Irk People

It is unnerving to think that each time you meet someone, he is placing your name in a mental Rolodex.

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The R-Word

On Halloween, if you donned a headdress and dubbed yourself Squanto, you may have committed racism.

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Put A SOCH in It

James Madison defined tyranny as the “accumulation of all powers, legislative, executive, and judiciary, in the same hands.”

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This Is CS50.

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Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

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Harvard vs. Yale
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Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven