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Sarah J. Schaffer

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We Will Be Read

Five years ago, former Crimson editorial chair Sarah J. Schaffer ’97 wrote her final article as an executive for The

Seeking the Tangible

I knew it had to happen eventually. But in this summer of flux, between Commencement and a hard place, the

We Will Go Home Again

S an Diego has been my home for all my life. But when I came to Harvard, I didn't think

Leaving Hallowed Ground

As I walk through the Yard on a pink evening when the air rests heavily on the trees and the

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What Needs to Be Done

T his Harvard of ours offers many advantages: baked brie at masters' teas, weekly lectures on arcane subjects and the

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Seeking Money for Memorial Hall

Looking out the window of my fifth-floor Currier House room on a clear day, I can see the landmarks of

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Making A House A Home

The day my seven blockmates and I were randomized into Currier House three years ago, I thought my life was

Drinks Before, Not After

A recipe for dinner the evening you attend the Hasty Pudding Show: lots of protein. Lots of drink. And lots

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Where the Intellectuals Are

At Harvard, a place known for its scholarship, it is ironically all too easy to forget the academic and the

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Dismal TFs Unworthy of Harvard

You would think that for $30,000 a year, we could get a better education than apathetic graduate students teaching eager

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Shuttle Bus Redux

In November 1995 in this space, I wrote a scathing piece about the Harvard Shuttle Services. I cursed the powers-that-be

THE U.C. DEBATE

A political debate does not tell you much about the people involved. It rewards those who exude charisma and speak

RETURN TO CAPRA

From all evidence, Harvard Square merchants are already dreaming of a white Christmas--and the Thanksgiving turkeys have not even been

GANDHI ON A MOUNTAIN BIKE

Civil disobedience is the order of the day for bicyclists. The Cambridge Police Department recently increased enforcement of rules applying

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A Bookworm's Confession

Lately, in quest of a thesis, I have been spending a lot of time in Harvard's libraries: the quiet, dimly

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
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