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Arielle J. Cohen

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Heating Things Up

“Left, right, left…and feel it, and feel it…that’s right, left,” cooed our salsa dance instructor as he shook and shimmied

The Contra Conversion

Lamont cubicles. Playing another game of solitaire on the computer. Movie night every Saturday night. Some adventurous first-years are stepping

Views and Booze

In the shadow of the imposing facade and trademark golden dome of the Massachusetts State House lies the beloved watering

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The campus politicos outside the bar.

Must Have! Beer Pong Kit

Ping-pong balls are a hot commodity on campus. No, not because of a recent resurgence of America’s favorite old-school game,

For The Moment

Are You Man Enough?

Roommates and friends of those involved in long-term relationships are wont to make amusing “married couple” jokes. As it turns

For The Moment

Getting Intimate With the Classics

Worse than the “naked in front of the class” nightmare is, for professors, having no class at all. This was

Scrutiny

Harvard Professor Demonstrates Hypnosis Is Real

According to Lindsley Professor of Psychology Stephen M. Kosslyn and the research team at his Visual Cognitive Neuroscience Lab, hypnosis

In The Meantime

Dormroom Dialogue with a Vengeance

THAYER S. CHRISTODOLO ‘04 KIRKLAND HOUSE G-12 SAMMY FORD ‘04 CURRIER HOUSE 314 SAMMY ON THAYER Decorating philosophy: I think

Scrutiny

Science!

Telepathy. Time travel. Social opportunities for Harvard chemistry grad students. What has previously been relegated to fiction is being pursued

For The Moment

Do You Believe In Magic?

Last Sunday night, several members of the Harvard Magic Club huddled around a long table in the Kirkland House dining

Moments of Zinn

Historian Zinn Speaks Out Against War on Terrorism

Liberal activist and historian Howard Zinn decried America’s war on terrorism yesterday afternoon before a nearly capacity crowd in Science

IOP Names New Fellows for Spring Semester

A new semester brings not only new classes but also a new gaggle of fellows and study groups to the

For The Moment

Mi Carro es su Carro

Whether lugging the futon from Central Square to the Quad, taking February road trips to Vermont’s ski slopes, or cruising

Data Sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization

School at School
Columns

What We Forget About School: School

Head of the Charles
Men's Crew

Head of the Charles 2014

Understanding Faith
Columns

Understanding Faith