Antoinette C. Nwandu

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Four Years of Harvard History: A Timeline

1998 SEPTEMBER South African president and co-recipient of the 1993 Nobel Peace Prize Nelson Mandela receives an honorary degree before

Columns

Go Bronze, Young Woman

In my last column I commented on some of the frustration I experience when trying to shop for make-up products

Columns

Beyond Caramel

Far be it from me to sully the frivolity that I’ve spent an entire academic year creating in this, my

For The Moment

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After having worked in the Harvard Events and Information Center—the Holyoke Center’s nesting ground for anxious tourists and Harvard Square

Columns

The People in My Neighborhood

Glamourpuss could hardly believe that the big day had finally arrived! A ten hour flight was all that stood between

Columns

Dos and Don'ts

Perhaps my favorite part of any Glamour magazine is the collage of pictures on the last page called “dos and

Editorials

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Dear Thursday Self, Do you remember that stupid letter-writing assignment you had in sixth grade? You were supposed to write

Columns

It's All About Variety

There’s a lot to laugh at in any given issue of Glamour magazine: prose that makes a new party shirt

For The Moment

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I thought I’d be sick of talking about it by now, but as I stared at the blank page for

For The Moment

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Ick! Valentine’s Day. The pink and red ribbons, the little candy hearts with messages like “Be Mine” and “Tru Luv,”

Columns

See Jane. See Jane Sit.

You never really think about all the work and preparation that goes into a fashion shoot when flipping through a

Columns

In the Stars

If and when I ever meet someone who takes a horoscope seriously, I will laugh at that person. In his

Columns

Holiday Anti-Stress Survival Kit

With the stress of holiday gift-giving, relative-visiting and weight-gaining on the horizon, Glamour ’s December issue is chock-full of anti-stress

Letters

Snapshots of The Game

I was in the middle of the prospective student tour at Yale when we stopped by the library. Trying as

Gadfly

A Night Out

1815 Mass Ave : 617.354.3727 : 7:30am -1:30am At first I was skeptical about the not-quite-deli, not-quite-coffee bar that moved

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