Shai D. Bronshtein

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The Coddling Bubble

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Harvard College has striven over the past four years to impart on us

Broaden The Job Search

Harvard’s Office of Career Services is an excellent asset for students. Whether a student is looking for a summer internship,

Offensive and Useless

Last week, the Durban Review Conference, also known as the World Conference Against Racism or Durban II, was convened in

Slamming SLAM

Last week, members of the Student Labor Action Movement (SLAM) invaded Eliot House during University President Drew Faust’s lunch, rudely

Annotations: Valentine's Day

A Season for Spending Ah, Valentine’s Day. A day of love for some, bitterness for others, and little note to

DISSENT: A Justifiable Response

In today’s editorial, The Crimson Staff makes the valid point that the world ought to hold Israel to a higher

A Stable Egypt

If containment was the policy of the Cold War era, eradication seems to be the program of the current administration.

Criminalizing Meanness

Last week, the town of Dardenne Prairie, Mo., made it a crime to use the Internet to make another person


War on Words

Less than a week after Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad left a bemused and scornful audience at Columbia University, Iran’s parliament

Politicizing the Playground

Last Wednesday, three children arrived at Harvard from Balata, a small town in the West Bank, and spoke about the

On Strike

In 1932, Mahatma Gandhi went on a hunger strike that lasted 6 days. He refused to eat in protest of

Reasonable Activism

Searching for an activist group at Harvard is like going into a substandard ice cream shop. There are far too

Shop ’til You Drop

DISCOVERING THE INTANGIBLES Shopping period is one of Harvard’s most appealing attractions, although students rarely take full advantage of it.

Make the Admissions Game Fair

The college admissions process confounds even the brightest students. The year long process of marketing oneself, claiming that each target

A City By Any Other Name

At first glance, driving through Gilo is like driving through any other small city. Tall apartment buildings rise on both