Maria S. Pedroza

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Class of 2004 Ties the Knot

Each year, a small number of undergraduates make the commitment to spend the rest of their lives together upon giving

A Night Out

Despite its distance from the comforts of Harvard Square, the South End’s bar offerings are well worth the trip—if you

You Sold Me Deodorant...All Night Long!

It’s been three lonely years since Store 24 shut its doors on the 24-hour convenience needs of denizens of the

A Night Out in Porter Square

All this hubbub surrounding the fate of the Quad made me a bit curious about the social scene beyond Daedalus

B-School Alumna Writes the Book on Finding a Husband

Harvard women who spend hours agonizing over the perfect fellowship application or LSAT score, take heart: a Harvard Business School

Mastering Harvard at a Young Age

Kyna G. Fong ’03 is not your typical teen. The Phi Beta Kappa, Hoopes Prize-winning 19-year-old graduates today with a

Cheerleading Gift Chair Builds Harvard Spirit

Whoever said school spirit does not exist at Harvard has not met Elizabeth B. Stoeckel ’03. The peppy, petite blonde

Quad Bike Shop Opens

A city to serve the Quad is slowly rising in the bowels of Cabot House basement. Two years ago, convinced


Biting Nails, First-Years Await Their Housing Fates

On the eve of housing results, the annual rituals, angst and speculation ran high last night as College officials stuffed

Blocking Confessions!

Blocking is a time of dastardly intrigue, two-faced treachery and endless manipulation. It shouldn’t be this hard to nominate your

Students Mourn Death of Mr. Rogers

It was indeed a sad day in the neighborhood yesterday, as TV watchers across the nation mourned the death of


The Blind Leading the Blind

Remember that diversity you heard so much about on pre-frosh weekend? FM does. It’s true that people of all proclivities

HBS Extends 90K Offer To Grads

In an attempt to protect its graduates from a slumping economy that shows few signs of picking up, Harvard Business

Harvard Radio’s ‘Hillbilly’ Dies at 62

Brian D. Sinclair ’62, the witty co-host of the WHRB Radio show “Hillbilly at Harvard,” died Dec. 28 of leukemia.

College Dems Celebrate Kerry’s Bid for President

After a disastrous midterm election season for their party, Sen. John F. Kerry’s (D-Mass.) announcement this week that he will