Adam Goldenberg

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Boo F—ing Hoo

Every other fall, the Boston Police Department (BPD) foils undergraduates’ plans for a Harvard-Yale alcoholic apocalypse. Undergrads traditionally respond with

The Plot Against Harvard

It’s sales pitch season here in Cambridge. As our well-heeled alumni, parents, and combinations thereof converge on campus for Commencement

Why Harvard Hates America

Any Harvard student with the balls to participate in the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) deserves our respect. Quite frankly,

Fear and Self-Loathing

Members of the classes of 2009 and 2010, you’re it. When, late last month, Harvard’s admissions office pulled the plug

Shaken, Not Stirred

In the past six months, the Harvard administration has made itself perfectly clear: “college” is cancelled. The combination of underage

No Big Deal

J. K. Rowling. They invited J. K. Rowling to speak at Commencement. In four months, I’m going to graduate, having

Give Me A Break

Just under a year ago, Harvard announced that it would change its calendar. For undergraduates, the reason was clear: We

Spectacular, Spectacular!

For Harvard’s faculty, it’s that time of the month. The undergraduates are at it again—frantically browning their noses, that is—and

I’m General Apathy

Life at Harvard is pretty dreary. Between the cold, the slow Internet, and the demise of our underage booze kitty,

Harvard Sucks

As Harvard students, we’re spoon-fed an awful lot of codswallop about our university. Best this, first that; it’s sunshine and


Remember when Drew G. Faust was “installed” as Harvard’s president? There was pomp, circumstance, and lots of old people in

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Just Say ‘No’ to NYC?

Harvard is a coaling station somewhere between Manhattan and its vast hinterland. Look around the dining hall this morning—you’ll see

The Harvard Man Must Die

Harvard has long worked to ensure that America’s ruling class hasn’t been especially stupid. Most of our prominent alumni—politicians, journalists,

Show Me The Money

The Undergraduate Council (UC) has used sleight-of-hand to fund its confrontation with the Harvard College Dean’s Office. And it’s getting

Do You Hear The People Sing?

Today begins Harvard’s Faustian renaissance. The warranty’s out on this University’s newest administrative appliance at a crucial juncture in our