Marcel E. Moran

Op Eds

Whose Olympics Is It Anyway?

The Olympics can play a positive role by serving as an introduction of many foreign sports to the rest of the world.

Comments

Tiger Trap

Practically, Tiger must know that, like a politician, his public success comes with public scrutiny.

Op-Eds

Strikes Mounting on Umpires

Editorials

Predictions

American Neo-Nazi Weekly will face widespread condemnation for publishing an ad that encourages readers to subscribe to The Harvard Crimson. ...

Op Eds

Teamwork Healthcare

CHICAGO, Ill. – It’s a buzz word, its hot right now—but, what does it really mean? What does public health actually look like?

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Kicking Those Already Down

It’s one of the hardest games to play. When forced to engage in unheard-of budget cutting, Massachusetts, like every state,

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House Life (Or Best Offer)

And so, without fail, it began once again—the flurry of e-mails hit the Eliot House list. With the famed Fete

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The Perils of Praise

Congratulations! You’ve gotten into Harvard. But if you think that the barrages of “good luck,” “make us proud,” and other

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A Sporting Proposition

I play, therefore IM By TOMO LAZOVICH It was a brisk fall night when the teams of Quincy and Winthrop

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An Absence of Sportsmanship

When the buzzer sounded at the end of the Covenant School-Dallas Academy girls’ basketball game on January 13, the score

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Predictions

Emma M. Lind ’09 Editorial chair emeritus Forced to lower its dues because of the financial crisis, the Porcellian Club

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FOCUS: Massachusetts and Boston Crime

Harvard is constantly making headlines in its community and surrounding area, but how often do Harvard and its students take

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Lend Your Ears

I wasn’t always the type to make New Year’s resolutions. Like many others, I’ve been disillusioned by aunts and uncles

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The NBA’s Euro-Trip

The exodus has begun. Over the summer, Atlanta Hawks forward and rising star Josh Childress became the first prominent NBA

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Winds of Change

There are many trade-offs in the ongoing process of making changes to better the environment in this country. More efficient

Youth Homelessness in the Square
Harvard Square

For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

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

Johnston Gate Arts Cover
Arts

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

Awkward Eye Contact
Columns

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