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The Adhan at Harvard

Two weeks ago, the Islamic call to prayer, or adhan in Arabic, was broadcast from the steps of Widener Library

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Castro: A Legacy of Myths

As Cuban-Americans, we submit our reflections on the last half-century in Cuba, in light of the resignation of Fidel Castro.

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A Day For Human Rights

Dec. 10 is internationally recognized as a day to salute those around the world who struggle to defend, protect, and

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Phoenix, Final Clubs No Worse Than Dining Halls

To the editors: After reading your article in the Dec. 5 issue of The Crimson concerning final clubs initiations, my

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Expecting the Best From the Best

R ecently, I found myself searching for the meaning of the Harvard education. What had my parents paid their hard

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The American Invasion

I returned from Madrid three weeks ago and I can confidently say that the biggest differences between it and New

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"T" -time Etiquette

M y life revolves around the red line. Each day, I take the T from the Harvard Square stop to

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Yearning to Be a First-Year Again

Sophomore--from the Greek--meaning "wise fool." A ll my life, I had been puzzled by this oxymoronic etymology, but had paid

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New Orleans, City of Dreams

In Lafayette Cemetery Number One in New Orieans, bright green vines grow out of the cracks in the graves, which

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