So this is it. The Big Day. Well, actually tomorrow is the Big Day, but since today is Class Day--a
Howdy folks. This is it. My last column for which underclass students will be on campus. So in it I
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Last week former vice president Dan Quayle announced his candidacy for president of the United States. While rifling through the
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I have seen some crazy things in my day as a Harvard student. Like the time back in '97 when
This past weekend, I escaped from Harvard. Under the guise of a "job interview" I spent several days in California
Well folks, here it is--my 25th and final Tech Talk. Over the past two years, this column has been host
It was brought to my attention recently by a reader of this column that not once in the 18 months
The staff has been too hasty and cursory in its call for the end of Radcliffe as we know it.
There are lots of exciting things happening in the world of computer technology. For example this month, 3Com announced that
To All White People: Stay away from my hair. For the first 12 years of my life, I rarely had
"Gracias," mi pero! This has been the lamest winter of all time. What's the point? I say we send señor
Every once in a while I, Mr. Computer Guy, get fed up with the darn things. Forget about dot pitch,
Y ou are a great runner, one of the best. As you assess the new track, you don't see a