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Queen Bee

Alicia Menendez ’05 is a feminist, a final club president and a controversial figure on campus. But to four-year-old Isabel

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Fiction Meets Science in Atwood Novel

“I grew up amongst the scientists,” Margaret Atwood says wistfully, seated in the lobby of the Kendall Square Hotel. The

The Pudding's Merry Men
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Pudding Primps for New Season

Clare T. Putnam ’04 stares at crates upon crates of men’s size 13 pumps. “Our shoe collection is extensive,” smirks

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Home is Where the Art is

In the midst of last weekend’s blizzard, Thenjiwe N. Nkosi and studio-mate James W. Heisey-Rotner ’04 have created an oasis

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When East Coast Meets West

Massachusetts may be in the lead, but first-years from California to the New York islands aren’t far behind. For the

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Record Number of Applicants Vie for Law School Spots

Facing a tough economy and diminished job prospects, more students applied to Harvard Law School (HLS) last year than ever

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Sex, Lies and Tequila Bottles:

As freshman entryways go, the third floor of Pennypacker was not, at first glance, exceptional. You had your athletes, your

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Gates Donates Manuscript to Yale

DuBois Professor of the Humanities Henry Louis “Skip” Gates, Jr. announced Thursday that he would donate a valuable historical manuscript

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Ice Cream, You Scream, Will You Please Be My Friend?

My name is Leslie. Not really. I am from Dobbs Ferry, NY (a town chosen for its obscurity). I’m torn

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Book on Genocide Wins Award

A lecturer at the Kennedy School of Government (KSG) received the National Book Critics’ Circle Award in nonfiction last week

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Don't Integrate With Your Mouth Full

On the first day of section for Quantitative Reasoning 28: “The Magic of Numbers,” TF Nicholas F. Rogers extolled the

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I Met a British Spy

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Transatlanticism

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I Am Not at a Cafe

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Away in Argentina