"THE JURY'S IN"
Sam Barr ’11 is a government concentrator in Dunster House. His alternate-Monday column, “The Jury’s In,” will explore legal and political issues for the benefit of juniors who take the LSAT and fellow haunters of the Institute of Politics.
A. PATRICK BEHRER
On alternate Thursdays, A. Patrick Behrer ’10 will write a column inspired by a 900-pound gorilla dedicated to discussing the less visible ways that environmental concerns enter our lives. An economics concentrator in Eliot House, he will present environmentalism less as an independent movement and more as a way of looking at everyday life.
BRIAN J. BOLDUC
Brian J. Bolduc ’10, a resident of Winthrop House, concentrates in economics. On alternate Tuesdays, he will offer readers a conservative viewpoint that is stubborn—not in a resistance to argument, but in an insistence on evidence.
ANTHONY P. DEDOUSIS
"FULL FAITH AND CREDIT"
Thomas Carlyle famously called economics “the dismal science.” Anthony P. Dedousis ’11, an economics concentrator in Leverett House, is out to prove him wrong. His column, “Full Faith and Credit,” will investigate the interaction between economics and American politics on alternate Thursdays.
RAÚL A. CARRILLO
"AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL"
Raúl A. Carrillo ’10, a returning columnist, is a social studies concentrator in Lowell House. His column, “America the Beautiful,” will survey the American political landscape with an eye on our culture and character. He will humbly seek out our better angels on alternate Fridays.
CLAY A. DUMAS
"THE POLITICS OF POLICY"
Clay A. Dumas ’10 is a social studies concentrator in Lowell House. “The Politics of Policy,” his column on American politics and international affairs, will run every other Friday.
COURTNEY A. FISKE
Courtney A. Fiske ’11 is a social studies concentrator living in Lowell House. Her column, “The F-word,” will continue to probe issues of feminism, gender, and contemporary cultural politics on alternate Wednesdays.
ADAM R. GOLD
Adam R. Gold ’11 lives in Adams House and is concentrating in physics. His column, “Fully Charged,” is about science and technology and how they impact Harvard students. The column will touch on topics ranging from Napster to nanotubes and will focus on bringing the latest research to the rest of us on alternate Mondays.
"A PROPORTIONAL RESPONSE"
In “A Proportional Response,” Silpa Kovvali ’10 will present an in-depth and critical view of contemporary cultural norms. A computer science concentrator in Eliot House, she will address issues of sex, race, and feminism on alternate Wednesdays, all the while maintaining a scathingly witty voice.
DYLAN R. MATTHEWS
"BROOM OF THE SYSTEM"
Dylan R. Matthews ’12 lives in Kirkland House and is president of Perspective, Harvard’s liberal monthly magazine. His column will examine the structural impediments standing between progress both domestic and global, and the ways we can tear them down, on alternate Tuesdays.
ALEXANDRA A. PETRI
Alexandra A. Petri ’10 is an English concentrator in Eliot House. Her column, “Petri Dishes,” resumes its attempt to shed light on university culture and its absurdities on alternate Fridays. She hopes this semester will bring new discoveries, possibly even penicillin.
BEN P. SCHWARTZ
"GET IT TOGETHER"
Ben P. Schwartz ’10 is a history and literature concentrator in Winthrop House. His column, “Get It Together,” will focus on campus affairs and university governance on alternate Fridays.
Fall 2009 Columnists