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It's the Biography, Stupid

Empty beer bottles, volcanic breath and a girl whose name begins with M—maybe—those are the seeds of fraternity lore, the

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A Peace by Many Other Names

What happens to a peace deferred? More than 800 Israeli and 2,200 Palestinian deaths into the second intifada—deaths that scorn

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Please, Sir, Could You Drink Somewhat Less?

Thanks to alcohol, a friend of mine celebrated the wee hours of Halloween at Mt. Auburn Hospital just over a

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My Veteran's Days

Blacksburg, Va.—Save for a few lonely flags in the cemetery by First Parish Church in the Square, Veterans’ Day passed

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The Son Also Sets

In its declaration of victory at the U.N. on Thursday, the Bush administration finally reached that point in every Behind

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A Party for Those Damned Red Sox

I don’t think I really got those Saturday Night Live jokes about Red Sox fans and their rabid hatred for

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Hornstine's Long Shadow

We would all like to forget the Blair Hornstine saga. In her precocious rise to infamy, from high school valedictorian

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All Apologies in Bush’s Nirvana

LONDON—Apparently in politics, as in life, there are different kinds of intelligence, and no single intelligence is enough to carry

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Till Finals Do Us Part

It’s a wonder that 96 percent of us will survive until graduation, considering the abuse this fine institution wages on

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Bleeding for a Change

Don’t let unprotected sex with an HIV-positive partner keep you from giving blood to the Red Cross next week. As

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In Defense of Drunkenness

Without a delicious abundance of keg beer to wash down our pre-game breakfast this Saturday, my budget-conscious friends and I

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Recruit That “Other” Class

When hearts at Harvard bleed for the poor, the disadvantaged, the underprivileged or whatever euphemism we prefer, we almost always

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When Sabers Rattle Too Loudly

The unexpected admission last Wednesday that North Korea has been operating a secret nuclear weapons program since the mid-1990s, in

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Tobacco Wins When It Loses

A California jury’s decision on Friday that Phillip Morris must pay $28 billion in punitive damages to a lifetime smoker

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Apocalypse Now

Although the trauma of last Sept. 11 has faded into the background, Bush has not loosened his stranglehold on public

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A World Cup Malcontent

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Then Rain Comes

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Rainy Day Impression

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Saudade, or Nostalgia