Charles J. Wells

Seniors

Taking on Loneliness, One Pancake at a Time

The batter was sizzling, and I had no idea where to find a spatula. I didn’t want her to think that my quickly burning appetizers, Korean pancakes filled with spicy pickled cabbage, were teetering on the edge of disaster.

Commencement 2010

Freedom to Float

Floating hurts, but I believe being plopped into murky water could benefit more than a few Harvard undergrads.

Commencement 2010

Wedding: Lindsey M. Parker ’10 and Stephanie J. Brinton ’10

Lindsey M. Parker ’10 likes views of bright city lights. Early in his career at the College, he and then-girlfriend Stephanie J. Brinton ’10 spent nights together running his favorite city trail through the streets of Cambridge, along the Charles, and then onto a spot just beyond the B.U. Bridge, where the bright view of Boston arose before the jogging couple.

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A Guide to ‘Top-Down’ Dating

As a Harvard student, there’s a 69 percent chance you were your high school’s valedictorian. But there’s also a 90

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BALLin! FlyBy's Formal Reviews Pt. I

FlyBy donned our Sunday best every day last week while heading to each house's spring formal. Our guide to the

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Bystander: Climbing the Housing Ladder

It was nearing 2 a.m. last night and Lamont Café, the social headquarters of the freshman class, was abuzz with

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True Tales of a Sinister Hipster

Winthrop junior Robert F. Piper’s alarm clock buzzes at 9:52 every morning. After the first or second chime, he slams

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Students Plan House Renewals in GSD Studio Course

If the College’s $1 billion House renovation project were left to a group of students at the Graduate School of

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Pfoho House Masters To Leave

Pforzheimer House Masters Sue and James J. McCarthy announced early yesterday morning that this year will be their last as

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New Tailgate Rules May Mean Lower Turnout

Harvard has changed The Game—again. House Committees are bracing themselves for lackluster turnout following significant changes to this year’s Harvard-Yale

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A Harvard Extension

It was the epitome of the “Harvard moment.” A bright-eyed freshman hoping to soak in the University’s splendor trekked north

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College Explores Housing Options

A group of Harvard students and administrators charged with planning the College’s billion-dollar House renewal project hit the road late

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Harvard Dean Stresses Free Speech After Vandalism of Right to Life Posters

An e-mail urging Harvard students to maintain “free expression” on campus hit students’ inboxes earlier this week—but with no indication

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The Beauty of Bilingual English

It’s an inconvenient fact of nature that Harvard’s most celebrated weekends inevitably tend to fall on the eve of midterms.

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Students To Test New Webmail

All Harvard undergraduates will receive new e-mail addresses “early next semester” as the College attempts to phase out its @fas.harvard.edu

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

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Arts

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

Awkward Eye Contact
Columns

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