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Daniel Altman

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Pianist Shines in Mediocre BSO Performance

After hearing a piece played by scores of soloists from myriad eras and traditions, it's rare that a performer can

The Costs Of Commencement

H ow much cash have you spent so far this week? Each year, Harvard's Commencement becomes a more commercialized event.

Pudding Show Is a Recipe for Disgrace

"M orocco 'Round the Clock," a loose parody of "Casablanca," is the Hasty Pudding's 148th production. No one should pay

Last Of the Routine

Right about now, several thousand undergraduates are experiencing the terrifying phenomenon known as writer's block. Having to pump out paper

EVERYTHING IS PROPORTIONAL

The Committee on Undergraduate Education (CUE) doesn't have any professors of mathematics as members. This fact has become painfully obvious

YOU DON'T KNOW FROM GUILT

On Wednesday night, members of Harvard's Hillel and the Catholic Students Association (CSA) gathered to discuss the one thing of

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The Flat Tax Falls Flat

After the spectacular failure of Margaret Thatcher's poll tax in the United Kingdom, you wouldn't think that anyone would seriously

GILDED EYE

Perhaps you've seen the new television commercials touting the fact that James Bond, in the new movie "Golden Eye," drives

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The Student As Citizen

If you walk around the houses these days, you can see long lists of Cambridge's registered voters who also happen

HAVE A FEW, YOU WON'T NOTICE

This Dartboard is devoted to the continuing preservation of the English language, as spoken and written correctly. In the annals

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Music For the Masses

There was a time when classical music was western culture's pop music. Franz Liszt and Niccolo Paganini were the Elvis

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Crush The Rushes

It's that time of year again. What time, you ask? We just had registration, fellowship applications are in and midterms

DO WE HAVE BALLS!

This month has balls--two of them, in fact. On October 8, the Undergraduate Council brings you a gala ball in

A RINGING IN OUR EARS

Since the Harvard Student Telephone Office has not yet published its student, faculty and staff directories for this year, the

AN UNEXPECTED TWIST

Yesterday morning, dozens of students flocked to the Office of Career Services (OCS) to file their applications for Rhodes and

Hockey
Men's Ice Hockey

Hockey Preview 2014

The Oval
Scrutiny

Seeing Red: Stanford v. Harvard

blood handprint
Arts

Dead Letter: The Aesthetics of Horror

Election Strategy
Columns

Where Did All The Ideas Go?