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Christopher M. Vassallo

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RISING TO THE CHALLENGE
Women's Volleyball

Women's Volleyball Secures Best Conference Start Since 2004

Riding a five-game winning streak entering this past weekend, the Harvard women’s volleyball team continued rolling against Ivy League competition as it overcame Cornell on Friday night and Columbia on Saturday in front of two capacity crowds at the Malkin Athletic Center.

Women's Golf

Women’s Golf Returns to Tournament Play with 7th Place Finish

The Crimson’s five-person team placed seventh out of a field of 14 teams, shooting 35 over par across three rounds in two days. The Crimson rounded out the top half of the leaderboard, finishing two strokes behind sixth-place Seton Hall and 11 strokes up on eighth-place Yale.

Op-Eds

Where Apathy Meets Activism

How can a demographic that self-reports as politically conscious, advocates for change, and lauds the power of the ballot be counted on to vote only half the time?

Op-Eds

Martin Shkreli, HFAC’s Publicity Stunt Gone Wrong

HFAC’s publicity stunt aims to capitalize on the notoriety of Shkreli’s name. Shkreli’s attention-seeking, it turns out, is rivaled only by HFAC’s.

Op-Eds

Quit the Comp

Comping makes trying new things prohibitively hard. A new interest or passion can seem either too unavailable or intimidating in college if accompanied by a comp.

Op-Eds

Rediscovering a Common Ground

It’s time to bring back the spirit of 1634—the year that the Massachusetts Bay Colony set aside common lands for the town of Cambridge.