Jason M. Solomon

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Forget Finding the Niche; Be king of The Comp

During the spring and summer before I entered Harvard, my favorite activity was reading Edward Fiske's guide to colleges. That's

Voting for the Insiders' Outsider

S IX HETEROSEXUAL MEN Named to Cabinet. Drug Testing Mandated Every Morning For Federal Employees. Sideburns Eliminated From the Executive

I Was A Twentysomething FRINGE DELEGATE

I was a fringe candidate once. A Larry Agran getting little respect. A Tom Laughlin stepping from the movies to

The World According to Kozol

T ake from the rich and give to the poor. Robin Hood's credo has never been guiding force in American

Across the Nation and Down the Street

There's a restaurant down in Porter Square which some compare to Boston's favorite neighborhood bar. Tina Rasta, an employee at

Struggle on the Streets

T here is a vacant lot at the corner of Quincy St and Blue Hill Avenue in Roxbury, next door

Poor Choices

S ECRETARY OF EDUCATION Lamar Alexander touts it as an important step toward reinvigorating America's schools. Gov. William F. Weld

Massachusetts 2000

S OMETIMES, YOU CAN just tell a governor is a bit out of touch with reality. Maybe he suggests that

Battle Royale

I T SHOULD BE a familiar scene by now. Howard Metzenbaum, the cranky old senator from Ohio, leading his fellow

Toward a Better Fling

I MAY be one of the only Harvard students to actually attend all the events of the Undergraduate Council's Spring

The Last Mile

W EDNESDAY'S press conference in Geneva highlighted the major point of disagreement between the United States and Iraq: the Palestinian

Low-Budget Winners

T HE 1990 election was something of a disappointment for Democrats. Their gains in the House of Representatives were less

America Needs Another Huey Long

I F HUEY Long, the former governor of Louisiana, were alive today, he would be seething. He would be fuming,

Killing Innocents Abroad

I MAGINE if the Bolivian government subsidized coca farmers and then pressured the U.S. to allow the importation of processed

Games First-Years Play

F ROM a pessimist's perspective, your first week at Harvard is essentially a string of inane, superficial conversations. From an

Massachusetts Hall

Graduate Students Start Movement To Unionize

Central Administration

Amidst Title IX Debate, Law Faculty Raise Governance Concerns

John Stilgoe Office

John Stilgoe’s Secret History

Big States, Little States

Beyond Boston: Regional Diversity at Harvard