James A. Mcfadden

Commencement 2010

First-World Problems: Navigating our Struggles

First-world problems are laughable; as such, they should make you laugh, recognize the absurdity of the situation, and move on with being happy. Because here, we have no reason not to be.

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A Tale of Two Guineas

MALABO, Equatorial Guinea — This city won’t soon find itself on a postcard or illuminating the pages of an exotic

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Africa is for Lovers

BATA, Equatorial Guinea — It is a favorite pastime for every adult man I encounter to chastise me about finding

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The Accidental Tourist

BATA, Equatorial Guinea — This country is a frightening place for foreigners. With a booming oil rush and billions in

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Point/Counterpoint: Striking the Right Note

The Mainstream Choice: ’Cause You Asked for It, ’Cause You Need One I’ll admit it—before Yardfest 2009 began to mater

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Give Me a Break

When I opened Monday’s email from Dean Michael D. Smith and Dean Evelynn M. Hammonds, entitled “January Experience Announcement,” I

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Concert or Discord?

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

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India’s ‘Model T’

The ownership of an automobile in the United States has become nothing short of a divine birthright. It’s a universally

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Pfoho Party 'Makes It Rain'

Champagne rained on Saturday night in Pforzheimer House, as its latest bash sought to embody the spirit of hip-hop artist

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MBTA Tests New Radio Service in Select T Stops

For commuters waiting for the next train, iPods and street performers are no longer the only musical distraction. This weekend,

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art

Boxes
Columns

ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining
Columns

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

Reshuffling the Caseload
College

Unloading the Ad Board