Michael B. Broukhim

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Ten-Deep with My Family

Felipe’s Tacqueria is a family restaurant. It’s where people go with their parents, siblings, grandparents, aunts, and uncles to share


The Crimson’s editorial board puts its slightly scuffed crystal ball to work. Michael B. Broukhim ’07 Editorial chair Drew Gilpin

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A Co-Curricular Review

Harvard has its weaknesses. They have been well-documented, and counter to perception, an unusually responsive administration has been addressing these

DISSENTING OPINION: Prefects + Advising = 3

For far too long, the College’s Prefect Program has underwhelmed. While admittedly well-intentioned, the program has suffered mainly from a

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University at a Crossroads

In the two days since University President Lawrence H. Summers announced his resignation, many pertinent questions have arisen. Some concern

The Richie and Steve Show

Neeraj “Richie” Banerji ’06 and Steve Y. Lee ’06 took center stage at Wednesday night’s Undergraduate Council (UC) debate. They

Staff Dissent: Mobbing Summers

The mild embarrassment brought upon Harvard by University President Lawrence H. Summers’ apolitical remarks regarding women in the sciences has

Jim Breuer's Performing?

Who is Jim Breuer? The comedian who’s bringing his show to Harvard on Oct. 21 is an accomplished one, no

Harvard 101

The doors of summer are officially set to close with the beginning of classes on Monday; don’t let them hit

The Ugly Sunset of the Weapons Ban

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Pointing to my bulging biceps, I jawed on the sidelines Wednesday about how the Assault Weapons Ban was keeping

'Me Too' for a Great Books Option

The Harvard College Curricular Review has been often criticized, and rightfully so, for its overwhelmingly copycat, “me too” quality. Unabashedly

Time to Concentrate

What were you thinking about when you graduated from high school? As Pomp and Circumstance reached its final decrescendo what

The Un-College

Last weekend, the College seemed a lot like a college. You know the place where everyone says you have “the

Unleveling the Playing Field

The Supreme Court just unleveled the playing field, and religion is stuck in the divot. In a ruling against first-year