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Harvard, the College We Love to Hate

Ever since I first stepped onto campus for prefrosh weekend four years ago, I’ve done a lot of complaining about

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Native Americans Find Campus Family

It is April 12, 2005, and about 10 people are gathering in the private dining room of Quincy House for

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Diversity for the Corporation

University President Lawrence H. Summers made a huge mistake. Okay, he’s made a few. But this time his comments have

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IOP Talks Voting At Conference

Institute of Politics (IOP) members discussed ways to improve the voting system at a national conference this week, ultimately deciding

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Before Congress, Reps Prep At IOP

Freshman representatives of the United States Congress received advice from longtime legislators about how to navigate a bitterly divided Capitol

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'Master' Should Have Ended With Slavery

It’s been 150 years since the abolition of slavery, so answer me this: why do I still have a “master?”

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Students Watch Election Unfold at Institute

Excited election followers—mostly Democrats—milled around the Institute of Politics (IOP) last night to watch the votes come in and listen

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Students Swap School for Campaigns

Recent graduates and Harvard student willing to take time off are working across the country for this year’s presidential race.

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Panel Serious About Political Parody

A panel of high-profile African-American academics along with a reverend, a film director and the founder of an educational media

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Record Rate of Students to Vote

College students will go to the polls in record numbers and a majority of them will cast their vote for

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9/11 Report In Line With Bush, Says Director

The executive director of the 9/11 Commission said yesterday that contrary to press accounts, the commission’s best-selling report did not

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HRC Votes To Back Gay Marriage Bill

The Harvard Republican Club (HRC) decided Wednesday night to maintain its support for the Federal Marriage Amendment (FMA), a part

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Shades of Crimson

This is the seat of the most powerful government in the world, in one of the most diverse nations in

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Dems To Rank Council Candidates

Members of the Harvard College Democrats circulated the group’s first-ever questionnaire last night to all Undergraduate Council candidates to identify

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HRC Reconsiders Stance on Gay Rights

The Harvard Republican Club (HRC) considered but did not vote on a proposal that called for the group to withhold

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A World Cup Malcontent

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Then Rain Comes

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Rainy Day Impression

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Saudade, or Nostalgia