Andrew P. Winerman

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The Beautiful University

One enters senior year at Harvard with a great deal of trepidation, a feeling that first-years who might be reading


The Fallacy of ‘Peace’

The contradictions of the “peace movement” crystallized for me when I saw a photograph of two bikini-clad Spanish women with


Higonnet's Arrogance

At Harvard, we expect faculty from other countries to at least try to understand ours. It’s a shame that Robert

Paying the Piper for the Pipe

The city of Boston recently decided to ban smoking entirely in all restaurants and bars, and it might soon follow


Let’s Argue

Harvard undergraduates of opposing political philosophies have a remarkably difficult time discussing any political issue. The reason is that we


The Play's the Thing!

Who knew it was possible to fall in love with a work of art? To enjoy one, sure. To reread

Zinn Calls U.S. Policies Ineffective, Immoral

Boston University professor emeritus Howard Zinn openly criticized U.S. foreign policy since Sept. 11 at a speech on Tuesday at


Lessons of Pearl's Last Words

The great Viennese psychotherapist Viktor Frankl wrote, “Man is that being who invented the gas chambers of Auschwitz; however, he


With Friends Like These

Saudi Arabia, as one of America’s primary allies in the Middle East, was never a candidate to be part of


Raise Workers' Skills Before Wages

As President Lawrence H. Summers continues to ruminate the suggestions of the Katz Committee, any further discussion about the living

FBI Cracks Down on Software Piracy

Authorities seized computers in 27 cities on Tuesday, including those on the campus of MIT, in an attempt to crush

Gift Shop To Close, Facing Slow Sales

Wordsworth Gifts, a fixture on Brattle Street for several years, will be closing its doors by the end of 2001,

Room Inspections To Be Stricter

Winter break room inspections will be more strict this year than in the past, according to an e-mail most House

Enough Self-Deprecation

In trying to come to terms with the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, some academics have argued that we need to

Waiting for the Other Shoe

It wasn’t supposed to be like this. I remember, on my way up to school earlier this month, reading an