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The End of Optimism

By Elizabeth W. Green I started this diary an optimist. Not only did I think John F. Kerry would be

Gadfly: The Week in Buzz

SCALIA: LOVE THY NEIGHBOR Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who argued against legalizing sodomy, is apparently a bigger fan of


JOHN GOTTI ’09 A canary informs us that the family of departed mobster John Gotti is confident the Teflon Don’s

Let’s Go May Scale Back

Let’s Go publications will likely make significant cuts in its job offerings next summer, as declining sales have pushed the

An Open Mind, For Real This Time

When I first came to the Washington Times, I thought I was open-minded. In the first of many lessons the

Jesus in the Ivory Tower

Joshua D. Davey is just like every other Harvard Law first-year: he loves to argue; he can boast of a

Masturbate More

Contrary to popular belief, the most serious gender inequality in this country is not played out in office buildings, kitchens

Don't Be An Idiot

I know what you’re thinking. You want to run Primal Scream because you have something to prove. It’s hard to

Y M I So Hot?

Before this month, mild-mannered Luke B. Hedrick ’05 had never been called “super-delicious.” Harvard’s newest teen magazine celebrity doesn’t quite

Throwing a Curveball

Joshua A. Barro ’05 Joshua A. Barro ’05 came into the FM office sporting a blue button-down shirt and a

How Harvard Measures Up

Harvard students may be rolling in it, but is that Harvard’s fault? Some argue that social forces beyond the University’s

A Classy Affair

The paradox began in 1869 when Charles W. Eliot, pedigreed son of the mayor of Boston whose namesake House would

Female Clubs Search for Space

This semester, female social groups are once again without a room of their own. In June, the Isis, a female

Fifteen Questions For Carol J. Adams

Carol J. Adams, author of The Sexual Politics of Meat and The Pornography of Meat, drew fame in feminist-vegan-theory circles

The Band at Convocation

Class of 2019: Beliefs and Lifestyles

Administrators on the Stage

Class of 2019: Academics & Extracurriculars

The View of Convocation

Class of 2019: By the Numbers

Sorry, Dorothy

Sorry, Dorothy