Ayse Baybars

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We Gotta Feeling

Each of these events also shows admitted students a unique aspect of undergraduate life.

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My Vuvuzela or my Voice?

Amidst the usual Saturday night clamor of drunken singing and shouting, there was a new addition to the cacophony.

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‘I Want to Suck Your Blood’

Teens in relationships have found a new medium for intimacy: drinking each others’ blood. What better way to promulgate the spread of disease—I mean, of love?

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To Bronze or Not to Bronze

People under 18 are already exposed to UV radiation on a daily basis, so banning tanning bed use would be like banning frolicking in the sun for extended periods of time without sunscreen use—a clearly ludicrous idea.

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Harvard: Home or Hogwarts

Are we trying to sell a Hogwarts resemblance when we should be selling the Harvard reality?

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Tide of Change

For all its hullabaloo about green being the new crimson , Harvard is not nearly as green as we’d like

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Hard Times, High Fares

I miss the nineties. Back then, besides having boy bands and great television shows, traveling by plane was almost a

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A Real War on Drugs

The Swiss government is now peddling heroin to its hard-core addicts. Since 1994, the Swiss government has used a heroin

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New Technology To Analyze Text

Harvard’s Office of Technology Development recently licensed a new technology for analyzing large quantities of unstructured text to Crimson Hexagon,

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Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art

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ISIL is Not the End of the World

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The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

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