Sue Meng

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Our Better Selves

With pre-frosh weekend around the corner and the last two weeks of classes just beginning, I have started to wax

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Rethinking Diversity

It’s an interesting time to be a columnist these days: with war abroad, the threat of SARS infiltrating our borders

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The Linguistics of War

Knowing that this column may appear on the eve or morning of war makes it hard to write about anything

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The Poet-Activists

Poets are the new pundits. As the debate over Iraq mounts, verse more than ever is the genre of choice.

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A Modest Proposal

As part of the merry band of seniors who still have a Core to go (in my case, Science B,

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Imaginary Lint

On average, Harvard students will probably attend 10.5 interviews before they graduate. Not that this is an official number, by

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What Is Possible

I came across something the other day that struck me: an essay by Joyce, on the subject of epiphanies. He

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What Is Possible

I came across something the other day that struck me: an essay by Joyce, on the subject of epiphanies. He

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The Gossip Column

I am a celebrity junkie. My favorite magazine is Vanity Fair, I occasionally make forays into Entertainment Weekly and, in

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A Tale of Two Cambridges

Last semester I was on hiatus over at the other Cambridge, the one where pants are referred to as trousers

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The Cost of a Living Wage

Perhaps it was the euphoria still trickling in from Harvard-Yale, perhaps it was the unseasonably high temperatures, or perhaps it

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United We Remember

This past Sunday was the annual New York City Marathon. As helicopters flew overhead and police barricaded street corners, painful

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The Vanishing Life of the Mind

Once upon a time the summer after senior year meant packing a Volkswagen and driving cross country with three of

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A Breath of Fresh Air

Terry Gross, host of National Public Radio’s long-running “Fresh Air,” switched hats Friday afternoon as she fielded questions from a

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Our Town

Have you ever noticed that everything in Cambridge is just a little bit off? Hailing as I do from New

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This Is CS50.

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Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

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Script Doctors

Harvard vs. Yale
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Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven