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Jonathan S. Paul

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Living With a Harvard Decision

Maya S. Turre '00 moved into Holworthy 13 a celebrity. Four months later, she was abruptly packing up and moving

To Raglan and Back

I overslept and woke up around 11 a.m. Missed the bus to Raglan. But, 'no worries,' as they say--the commuter

POSTCARD FROM NEW ZEALAND

I overslept and woke up around 11 a.m. Missed the bus to Raglan. But, 'no worries,' as they say--the commuter

THE HONG KONG AN ORAL HISTORY

T HREE ENORMOUS BOUNCERS stand in a phalanx at the top of the stairs. I observe as, one by one,

Don't Be an Asshole

Top of the Hub Restaurant, Prudential Tower, 800 Boylston Street, Boston, Jan. 25, 1999. Bret Easton Ellis and his escort

Shopping Shopping

Dr. Juliet Schor is a lecturer teaching Women's Studies 132, "Shop 'Til You Drop." On Thursday, February 4, students flooded

Interior Design: Heavenly Inspiration

T im always had good ideas. Ten years ago, on a Saturday afternoon, my older brother decided that we should

Magazine Adds Art, Pop Culture

In the late seventies, Harvard students loved rock and roll. They loved discos, poetry, books and operas, too. To capitalize