Aemilia M. Phillips

College

Ready to Run

On Monday, April 21 more than 36,000 people will run the Boston Marathon. A year after the bombings at the 2013 Marathon, enthusiasm for the race is higher than ever.

Venn Diagram: IOP and IHOP
A Little Levity

Venn Diagram: IOP and IHOP

Venn Diagram: IOP and IHOP

Student Groups

Closing the Gates and Opening the Conversation

Two years out, many former Occupy Harvard participants challenge the notion that Occupy “failed.”

Computer Science

In And Around Language: "Hack"

Although “hack” was not intended to have a negative connotation, it has often referred to those who used technology for malicious purposes; specifically, by gaining unauthorized access to certain computers and online information. However this wasn’t always the case, or the original intention of the word.

Omphalos
Visual Arts

Underfunded and Overlooked: The Plight of a Harvard Square Sculpture

Few students, if any, glance up and notice the massive, multi-colored stone sculpture that towers over Out of Town News—one they pass nearly every day.

Summer Postcards 2013

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Summer Postcards 2013

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Summer Postcards 2013

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Summer Postcards 2013

Timeless

MYSTIC, Connecticut—The lights on the Charles W. Morgan glitter softly from across the Mystic River as the hulking black ship rocks in the evening light. In the distance a whistle blows, signaling that it’s time for the drawbridge to go up, and for a cluster of white sailboats to cut across into the deep blue Atlantic.

Summer Postcards 2013

Red

Towards the top of one of the cliffs, I looked away from the crest of Red’s mane and the steep drop below, and turned my eyes to the cerulean blue sky, and the small birds swirling gracefully through the summer air, lazily turning in never ending spirals. For a moment, I was lost, free, dancing with them among the clouds.

Spring Break: Aemilia Philips
Spring Break

Spring Break: Aemilia Philips

Spring Break: Aemilia Philips
Spring Break

Spring Break Postcard: First Steps

Our hair and makeup are done, the bride’s dress is expertly laced up, and the purple and white flowers are bound in bouquets. Now all that’s left is waiting.

Computer Science

Hey Professor! Google Glass

FM sat down with Professor James H. Waldo, Gordon McKay Professor of the Practice of Computer Science, Chief Technology Officer, ...

Levity

Five French Things that Should be #Banned

L'Académie française, a branch of the French government, replaced hashtag with the word “mot-diese”. In response to this censoring, FM has compiled its own list of French things that should be #banned.

Crime

Harvard Grad Student Raises Awareness About Bicycle Theft

Lulu Z. Li, a student at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, has created a website called Bikenapped, where people ...

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

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