Writer

Peter L. Hopkins

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"Say Hi to Pete," He Who Hath Sinned

Harvard, I have failed you. In your moment of greatest need, just as the clocks are turning back and Boston

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Robert Todino, 22, of Woburn, Mass., has sent over 100 million spam messages in hopes of locating the materials necessary

Fifteen Minutes' Minutes

Robert Todino, 22, of Woburn, Mass., has sent over 100 million spam messages in hopes of locating the materials necessary

Fifteen Questions For ...

1. You now represent the state of Rhode Island and potentially will represent the entire United States. However, Miss World

Daytime TV to get First Lesbian Kiss; Harvard To Get Zillonth

A ripple raced across the cultural puddle that is daytime television drama this week as word emerged from the writer’s

In The Meantime

Places To Go, People to Spee

It has been weeks since the doors at 76 Mt. Auburn St. last swung open. Sadly, the Spee’s party pad

To Veritas and Beyond

For Harvard students, the path to “veritas” is a matter of numbers. All that stands between a Harvard student and

For The Moment

To Veritas and Beyond

For Harvard students, the path to “veritas” is a matter of numbers. All that stands between a Harvard student and

Endpaper

Joe College, Where Art Thou?

In a sterling case of wanting most what you don’t have, Harvard students have developed a major preoccupation with the

In The Meantime

Throwing The Knuckleball

Rohit Chopra '04 Rohit shares his views on Harvard and prison love over noodles and beer with FM in the

In The Meantime

Riding With The Queen

Snap, click, click, snap. An FM photographer circled in search of the next shot of his model, Marah C. Stith

City Suspends Big Apple Shuttles

All shuttle bus services running between Harvard Square and New York City were suspended last week by the City of

Harvard Wins “Commuter Choice” Honor

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recognized Harvard last week as one of the most commuter-friendly employers in New England under

U.S. Unprepared for Attack, Panelists Say

Even months after Sept. 11, America is still not fully equipped to deal with the problem of large-scale terrorism within

For The Moment

Hysterical, Historical...Historical, Hysterical

Most Harvard students have, at one time or another, descended into the bowels of the Science Center, either on their

Free Time
Columns

In Search of Lost Time

Larry, In His Element
Scrutiny

Professor Summers

Data Sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization

School at School
Columns

What We Forget About School: School