Miranda K. Lippold-johnson

Drew Faust

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July 2009
Seniors

July 2009

JULY 2009: The arrest of Prof. Henry Louis “Skip” Gates Jr. by a Cambridge police officer becomes the cause of a national debate on racial profiling.

On Campus

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On Campus

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Editorials

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Student Life

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Roommates Medha-Kameswari Gargeya ’14 and Esther Chung ’14 pose in their bedroom.

Student Life

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These freshman roommates in Weld all hail from different parts of the Western Hemisphere. Between the six of them, they speak at least seven different languages.

Student Life

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Esther Chung '14, Medha-Kameswari Gargeya ’14, Meghan Brooks ’14, and Sheyda Aboii ’14 reflect on their rooming assignments.

Offbeat

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Cambridge

A Conundrum at Cambridge Common

This sign in Cambridge Common demands a bit more interpretation than its less enigmatic counterparts.

Commencement 2010

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Professor Henry Louis “Skip” Gates Jr. reads from his memoir, Colored People, in Sanders Theatre. Gates’ arrest by a Cambridge Police officer on Jul. 16, 2009 became the cause of a national debate on racial profiling.

Harvard in the World

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Visual Arts

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Jarrett Tomas Barrios, current president of GLAAD, speaks pationately his personal experience with gay rights activism and the legacy of movements like Act Up.

Politics

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Carole Hooven, lecturer in Human Evolutionary Biology (left) and Mary Ruggie, adjunct professor of public policy at the Kennedy School (right), along with Mary Ellen Galante (not pictured), a Cambridge-area midwife, discuss the medical and cultural perception of the female body at "Deviant Bodies," an event sponsored by the Harvard Women's Center.

Identity Groups

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Christina Hoff Sommers, a conservative feminist, rejects "egalitarian feminism" in favor of "classical feminism" at an event sponsored by the True Love Revolution.

Johnston Gate Arts Cover
Arts

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

Awkward Eye Contact
Columns

Let’s Talk about Campus-Eye-Contact-Culture

Dictionary
Columns

Ban the Bossy Ban Bossy