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Taking Refuge

A young refugee stands blindfolded in the middle of a bare stage. She shakes as a man in camouflage holds

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Aliens, Clones, the News at Ten

What’s scarier than sects that worship space aliens and obsess over cloning humans? Perhaps it’s that a well-known science journalist

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Soaking Up a Little Jersey Glamour, Dins Enjoy a Vacation On Set With Julia Roberts

As a first-year, Pablo M. Ros ’06 knew that coming to Harvard would take him places. But he had never

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The Buzz on Fair Trade Coffee

Before college, I didn’t drink coffee. I found the brown brew to be an unconvincing substitute for the sweet creamy

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Quit the Race-Baiting, Kuumba

I am Jewish. Suppose I were sitting in the popular Core class Social Analysis 34, “Knowledge of Language,” and the

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Till Finals Do Us Part

It’s a wonder that 96 percent of us will survive until graduation, considering the abuse this fine institution wages on

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Blending Work and Play

By this time each year—right before winter break—it only takes a glance at your stressed-out roommates to recognize that between

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'Little Natalie': A Poster Fetus for Intimidation

The elevator opened on my floor, revealing the bulletin board. “Welcome to Sonia and Paul’s 7/8!” This was normal. It

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The Dogs of War

The British polar explorer Wally Herbert was in the middle of a long sled journey when he tripped on a

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Lancing the Lies

Appropriately enough for the holiday season, the Ghosts of America Past came to town this week. Like most ghosts, they

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Does Your Cereal Kill Insects?

Soccer, six-week vacations and socialism are particular European obsessions. However, not all European preoccupations are so innocuous. Breakfast cereal, for

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Ronald Retreats

These days there is less and less to smile about in the world of happy meals. Last Thursday, terrorists set

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Among The Leaves So Green

Around this time every year, the Congregational church in my village holds a carol sing. Although mine is a secular

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Imaginary Lint

On average, Harvard students will probably attend 10.5 interviews before they graduate. Not that this is an official number, by

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Trust the Administration?

No kegs, no Outkast. Diminishing space for student groups. Much of the student body mildly dislikes the University’s administration, and

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