Lauren E. Baer

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The Thin White Line

At the front of every Harvard University shuttle bus there is a thin white line, clearly demarcating a point behind


The Unofficial Guide to Junior Parents Weekend

Like all promotional material distributed by Harvard College, the Junior Parents Weekend brochure that arrived in my mailbox last week


Washed Away with the Tide

There's something dirty in the laundry rooms of Harvard College, and it's not sweat-stained DHA's or sullied socks. There's a


Following Tuft's Lead

Last week, after a multiple month showdown that culminated in a student takeover of Tufts University's Bendetson Hall, Tufts president


It's More About the Giving

Tomorrow, as we sit at dinner tables across the nation, break bread with our kin and reap the delectable benefits


Prepping For 2004

This morning our nation awoke with a new president. After months of stimulating intellectual discourse, the people of America (or


The Day Midterms Arrived

Long, long time ago, I can still remember how that coursebook used to make me smile. And I knew that


Rights Policies Gone Wrong

The justness of a nation ought never be determined by the liberties it extends to the vast majority of its


Rethinking India

The question was posed in perfect English. There was no confusion in its intent, no malice in its delivery. And

The Real Urban Outfitter

NEW DELHI, India--Every night I go to sleep wearing Delhi. Try as I may to disrobe, to wash the city

Dunster Arts is Music to House Residents' Ears

Dunster is a little House that knows how to make a lot of noise. True to its pre-randomization musical roots,

Editorial Notebook: When Mammoths Fly

Last week Russia proved that while it can't achieve macroeconomic stability or keep a Prime Minister for more than three

Bring Home A Little Summer Lovin'

It's a four word response. Possibly even an excuse. Always stated matter of factly and imbued with a certain indignance.


It's a four word response. Possibly even an excuse. Always stated matter of factly and imbued with a certain indignance.

Another Victim of Littleton

When Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold casually walked through the doors of Columbine High school last week armed with two

Special Teams

In Photos: The Game

Crimson-UC Crossfire Debate

The Back of the UC Ballot

Helicopter over Harvard

In Photos: Bomb Threat Shakes the Yard


A.D. Club ‘Strongly’ Opposes Membership Changes