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The Writing on the Wall

Last Friday, we discovered that guests at the Chinese Students Association’s Graffiti Party had scrawled racial slurs on the walls

Reconciliation in the Land of the Khans

When people hazard a guess at my ethnicity (sometimes after asking something like, “So, where are you really from?”), they

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Leverett, Pforzheimer, and Quincy Houses Win ‘Risk’

A coalition of Leverett, Pforzheimer, and Quincy Houses declared a joint “unconditional allied victory” yesterday in the campus-wide Internet “Risk”

Turnout High as Yale Loses to Princeton

The Yale-Princeton game in New Haven this Saturday had a remarkably high turnout, Yale students said, possibly owing to less

New Face of Hilles, Artsy Café, Debuts

Students performed rap, played pool, sipped espressos, and made ice cream sundaes yesterday at the opening of the Student Organization

For Quantum Theory, A Jump

Leverett Professor of Physics Gerald Gabrielse and his team recently advanced one of the major theories in phsyics by measuring


PBHA Honors Service Leaders

CORRECTION APPENDED The Phillips Brooks House Association (PBHA) honored students who had devoted their undergraduate careers to public service Monday

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Summers Talks On Rise of India

University President Lawrence H. Summers and Director of the South Asia Initiative (SAI) Sugata Bose spoke on the rise of

Office Space Tight At New Hilles

A month after some freshmen grieved over housing placements in the Quad, student groups showed mixed reactions upon receiving office

Karaoke Contestants Croon—in Chinese

“I love you like a mouse loves rice,” crooned Adam R. Miller ’07—in impeccable Mandarin—at the fourth annual Intercollegiate Karaoke

Event Kicks Off Africa Week

Harvard’s Youth Alliance for Leadership and Development in Africa (YALDA) sponsored “Uniting the African Diaspora: Building the Western Hemisphere African

Report: Facebook Waits for $2 Billion Bid is for sale, and its young owners have rejected a $750 million offer with hopes of landing a $2


Housing Frenzy Welcomes Freshmen

When Garrett G.D. Nelson ’09 was handed a new black polo shirt with “Cabot” embroidered under the collar in Annenberg

CityStep Strives to Survive as Testing Stressed

CityStep—a program that brings together Harvard undergraduates and Cambridge Public Schools (CPS) students—has recently revised its program in order to

Student Group Broadens Program to Mumbai

The Harvard Project for Asia and International Relations (HPAIR) will branch out to South Asia for the first time in