Noah Oppenheim

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Staff's defense of Harvard's Nazi sympathies offensive

Today’s staff editorial (“Singling Out Harvard,” Nov. 18) attacking Professor Stephen Norwood was profoundly disappointing. The Staff argues Harvard should

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Curtsying to Mansfield

To the editors: Joshua P. Rogers’ article, “Mansfield Decries Harvard’s Sex Scene” ( Dec. 4 ), is a caricature of

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Keep the Old Sheet Flying

Today I graduate with a degree in social studies from Harvard College. Unfortunately, the meaning of such a degree is

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Remembering Harvard

According to the official Commencement literature currently circulating among seniors, now is the time to celebrate the "four amazing years"

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Good Will Rally

This past Saturday, a crowd of chanting political activists and shrieking pre-pubescent girls gathered in front of Littauer. They gathered

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Bushido at the Bar

It's been a rough two weeks for the Asian-American community. For one thing, they've found themselves locked in a mortal

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When the New Economy Ages

This past week, Wall Street experienced what might be described as a Maalox moment. On Tuesday, the Nasdaq plunged 574

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Pat Buchanan Comes to Town

When Pat Buchanan spoke yesterday at the Institute of Politics, he got at least one thing right: "Pat Buchanan is

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A False Start in the Rat Race

During the past several weeks Harvard, once an institution of higher learning, has taken significant steps towards becoming a start-up

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Stick Your Cell Phone...

Disclaimer: The column you are about to read has been written countless times before, by countless other people, in countless

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Jackson At It Again

Some men get wiser with age, others, it seems, only drift farther and farther from the neighborhood of good sense.

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Considering 'Women's Issues' at Harvard

Thank goodness for folks like Shai M. Sachs '01. This past Sunday, Sachs, along with 23 other student representatives, voted

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That Leadership Thing

An upperclass formal. Weekend hours for OCS. Office space for student groups. More funding for House Committees. Buses to Boston.

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An Argument for Moral Education

I have no great affection for Texas Governor George W. Bush. In fact, I must confess that I don't know

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Extremism and Its Apologists

This past Wednesday, Steven Emerson, an award-winning investigative reporter, and in the words of the New York Post, "the nation's

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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

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Freshman Survey Part III: Inside the Classroom and Out