Chelsea L. Shover

Columns

Senior Week Is Not the End

My most vivid memory of freshman week is sitting at IHOP picking at an overpriced bowl of fruit. A first college lesson: There is no good reason to order a fruit bowl at IHOP.

Seniors

Elizabeth C. Spira ’11 & Theodore A. Hoham

When Elizabeth C. Spira ’11 chose to write her senior thesis on Army wives, the Sociology concentrator already knew her ...

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Sounds a Little Phishy

An open letter to the phishers who hacked my Gmail account on Dec. 14, 2010 from Nigerian IP address 41.219.255.221:

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Missionaries to Harvard

James and Nicole stop the first person of the day in front of the Museum of Natural History.

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Allergies, If You Please

Recently, I discovered that I’m allergic to running. Literally. If you’ve ever had a meal with me, you probably know ...

Summer Postcard

POSTCARD: Secondhand Cactus

We set up a “Shrine of the Bizarre” to display the weirdest stuff we found: a plastic torso, a statuette of a woman deflecting a greyhound from her groin, a plush horse head cut to fit’s over a person’s head.

Harvard Law School

Judge Reduces Penalty in Nesson Case

Ruling the penalty unconstitutional for its violation of due process, the federal court significantly reduced Friday the $675,000 in damages that Boston University graduate student Joel Tenenbaum had been ordered to pay four large recording companies for illegal file-sharing.

College

A Rough, Yet Personal, Sport

For the first time since the seniors of the current Radcliffe Rugby Football Club walked onto the team, the tight-knit ...

Student Groups

Serious Recreation: Harvard Radcliffe Women's Rugby

Crime

Female University Employee Attacked by Unidentified Man Near Dewolfe St., Escapes Uninjured

A female Harvard University employee reported that she was attacked while walking on Grant St. near DeWolfe St. on Tuesday.

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Dropping the H-Bomb

When “An Expensive Education”, a novel by Nick McDonell ’06-’07 came out this summer, Harvard was, once again, fictionalized and

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Fifteen Questions with Nick McDonell

Nick McDonell ’06—’07 published his first novel, “Twelve,” when he was still in high school. Now, seven years later, the

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Getting Through the Stress of Choosing Your Concentration

Even though you won’t be declaring your concentration (or what every other normal college in the nation calls a “major”)

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The Community of All We Can See

TAIPEI, Taiwan – Clouds drift up one side of Mt. Cising before they slide down the other. But first the

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An Evil Woman

Academic Fair at the Plaza
On Campus

Opening Days

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Transatlanticism

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I Am Not at a Cafe