Stephanie M. Skier

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Fake IDs for Social Justice

NEW YORK—I never expected that I would end up spending my summer making fake IDs. These ID cards do not

African Journalist Honored for Ethics

A Zimbabwe journalist who was tortured for speaking out against his country’s government was recognized by the University yesterday for

The Day the Sky Fell

When a blizzard dropped more than a foot of snow on Cambridge one night this past February, students hoped the

The Day the Sky Fell

When a blizzard dropped more than a foot of snow on Cambridge one night this past February, students hoped the

A Civil Rights Advocate Defends Death Row Inmate

Fred Caploe ’53 is a man with strong beliefs in social justice and peace. As an attorney for a condemned

In The Meantime

Tonight...We Are All Dykes

Last Sunday night, dozens of Harvard students waited at Johnston Gate for the Senate bus, more commonly known as “the


Our Vaginas, Not Ourselves

V-Day is upon us. For the third year in a row, the Agassiz Theater in Radcliffe Yard will host Eve

While You Were Gone

Geisinger Professor of History William C. Kirby assumed the post of dean of the Faculty on July 1, pledging comprehensive


Military Buys Discrimination

Many researchers at Harvard Medical School and in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences depend on government grants to help

Students Protest Coke Health Policy

Nearly 50 Harvard College and Summer School students rallied in Harvard Square Saturday, calling on Coca-Cola to provide comprehensive health

Former Nieman Head, China Scholar Dies

A former curator of Harvard’s prestigious journalism foundation, known for his advocacy of engagement with Communist China and his support

Local Principal Hired To Head CRLS

After more than a year, and two national searches to find a principal for Cambridge’s single public high school, a

Pigs Parade Through Harvard Square

Giant piggy banks showing disparities in U.S. government spending have been rolling down Mass. Ave. with bellies full of play

Student's Identity Questioned

Katherine McGaffigan—the key witness whose testimony in a Boston federal court last month led to the conviction last Friday of

ACLU Represents Harvard Student In Internet Filtering Case

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) asked a federal court last week to rule that the First Amendment allows a

Special Teams

In Photos: The Game

Crimson-UC Crossfire Debate

The Back of the UC Ballot

Helicopter over Harvard

In Photos: Bomb Threat Shakes the Yard


A.D. Club ‘Strongly’ Opposes Membership Changes