Ryan J. Kuo

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Living for the Future

Two weeks ago I discovered a rather “special” LiveJournal community of music fans. LiveJournal is an online network of bloggers

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Game Review

Nintendo GameCube (Square Enix) The latest incarnation of Square’s ongoing Final Fantasy universe is a curious digression. Gone are

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Busta Brings Catchy Rhymes and Good Times to Harvard

Last Friday’s “hugest concert in Harvard history” was somewhat less than advertised. It’s not that Busta Rhymes wasn’t completely off

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The Music is the Message

My first album was Jagged Little Pill by Alanis Morissette. I bought it two years after it blew up, my

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Luomo Explores Uncharted Territory

Even when Vladislav Delay was known for his obtuse abstractions on the Mille Plateaux label rather than his dancefloor-tinged output

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High On Volume

Being surrounded by people bothered by noise—not just roommates, but also the classmates and resident tutors next door, above and

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Reports Differ in Canaday Incident

One week after an incident in which two Harvard Summer School students were injured in falling through a broken Canaday

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Students Ride 'Vomit Comet'

They may not have walked on the moon, but four Harvard students have gotten to float weightlessly and “do Matrix

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Canaday Residents Fight, Break Window

An incident between Canaday roommates left two summer school students recovering from glass cuts Wednesday in University Health Services. Zachariah

Man Ray Club
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Alternative Nightclub May Close Soon

One of Cambridge’s most unique and best known nightclubs may soon be demolished to make way for new apartments—to the

Guarav Yadav
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Charges Against Lampoon Smasher Dropped

A Harvard student arrested for vandalizing the building of the Harvard Lampoon—a semi-secret Sorrento Square social organization that used to

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Attempted Thefts Strike Summer School Dorms

Two attempted burglaries in the Yard last weekend were the latest in a series of summer crimes, including a double

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New Hires Join Af-Am, African Studies

Just over a year after a high-profile flap with the University’s top administration and the subsequent defections of two star

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Presidents Talk Over U. Mich. Decisions

Presidents of the nation’s most selective universities convened at Harvard Wednesday to celebrate the Supreme Court’s recent decision to uphold

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Two Yard Suites Hit in Late-Night Burglary

An unidentified intruder broke into two suites on the first floor of Holworthy Hall last Thursday, slashing a window screen

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art

Boxes
Columns

ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining
Columns

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

Reshuffling the Caseload
College

Unloading the Ad Board