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Jordana R. Lewis

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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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Don't Say Goodbye

This article is my Parting Shot—my last hurrah in the pages of The Crimson. My final jab at the inexplicable

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The Procrastinators Among Us

Harvard always introduces exams with a generous week-and-a-half holiday they call reading period. During these ten days, students have the

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Allston Burr Advisor

Mad scientists, preoccupied philosophers and cerebral academics have never been particularly well known for their social skills or for their

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Our Higher Education

Last week, the New York Times argued that the scholar-athlete, who could perform as well in the classroom as on

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Spring Break, State School Style

Not a single day too soon, Spring Break officially starts tomorrow. With it, the entire campus will fracture into groups

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Thesis This

It’s mighty rough trying to talk to seniors these days. Most of us still fret about what we’re doing next

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You Pay for What You Get

If I could ask the infamous Suzanne M. Pomey ‘02 and the enigmatic Randy J. Gomes ‘02 just one question,

Dissent: One Admissions Process, Early

There is no question that the current two-tiered approach to college admissions benefits schools. They are able to guarantee that

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White Collars and Working Girls

It’s finally official: The National Bureau of Economic Research has declared that the United States’ economy has slipped into a

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Indoctrinating, Not Educating

Two weeks ago, the students in Foreign Cultures 17, “Thought and Change in the Contemporary Middle East” watched a movie

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The Death of Debauchery

CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts—The Winthrop House Masters, tutors and House Committee have canceled this year’s “Debauchery” party and replaced it with what

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Can't Buy Me Young Love

On Sunday The New York Times Magazine published an exploration of “Love in the 21st Century.” The Times covered all

Dissent: A Battle Worth Fighting

Kenan Professor of Government Harvey C. Mansfield ’53 should not only be able to carry out his grading policy for

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Pathological Progressivism

Most everyone at Harvard slaves and sweats over the social cause of their choice: “Ten dollars an hour!” “Color-blind love!”