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Jannie S. Tsuei

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Students Get West Point Experience, For a Weekend

Skipping out on half a week of classes, four undergraduates traveled to West Point, N.Y. last week to rub elbows

Refining the Rivalry

Sure, Harvard students pretty much know what accessories to bring and what to leave at home when it comes to

Annan Adviser Plugs Foreign Service

A former adviser to U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan neatly wrapped up International Careers Week on Friday with a discussion

Weatherhead Center Hosts Career Week

Fellows and students from across the University shared their experiences in international diplomacy, business and journalism during three panel discussions

Eastern Exposure

Eyes closed and sitting cross-legged on forest green cushions in Andover Chapel, I suddenly feel—very itchy. My mind guiltily contemplates

Beyond Logo Coffee Mugs and Free Appetizers

It’s easy enough to defer the perennial aunts-at-family-reunions question, “What are you going to do with your life?,” by signing

Like Love Story, But Less Nauseating

It was a rocky start for a too-cute-to-be-true ending. Taj had the luck to be in a single by himself

Harvard Explained?

Q: How can the joys of Harvard e-mail last for ever and ever? A: To delete or not to delete:

In All The Wrong Places

Exasperated Boston singles, tired of the “incestuous” and “cliquey” area dating scene, leaped at the opportunity to expand their horizons—on

Add It Up

At 10:00 a.m. on a Saturday, most college students aren’t even awake yet. Yet on this morning, 71 students are

From Food Executive to Art Steward

The road from food industry executive to national arts booster is not a path well-traveled. But it is the path

Sandel, Summers Debate Economics

When students in Moral Reasoning 22, “Justice” filed into Sanders Theatre yesterday, they expected to witness a heated debate. But

In Taipei, Law School Grad Beats Public Health Alum

Popular incumbent and Harvard Law School graduate Ying-jeou Ma won the Taipei mayoral election decisively Saturday, positioning him to be

Kirby Presides Over Forum on U.S.-Taiwanese Relations

Panelists discussed the contentious relationship between Taiwan and China at the ARCO Forum last Friday, addressing cross-strait economic gaps and

Alums Vie for Top Post in Taiwan's Capital City

A Harvard graduate is guaranteed to win the Taipei mayoral election this Saturday in a race that may have important

Eldo Kim
Crime

News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

OKWELOGU
Track and Cross Country

Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

Protest
Columns

Reconstruction 3.0