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Catherine J. Zielinski

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For The Moment

Bad Trend Alert: FiveFinger Shoes

Let’s be honest: Boston is hardly the world’s sexiest city. While Brazilians frolic in tiny bikinis, and the French go ...

FM Cribs presents: N. Gregory Mankiw
In The Meantime

FM Cribs Presents: N. Gregory Mankiw

In the midst of one of our greatest recessions, economists are hotter than your last late afternoon romp in Widener stacks. This week, FM decided to journey over to one of the hottest (and economically sound) real estate investments around—the home of Professor N. Greogry Mankiw, one of Harvard’s favorite economists. What better home to investigate than his? Brick Center Hall Colonial, built in 1932. Three stories. 6 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms.Location: Wellesley, MA. Size: Approximately 6,500 square feet. Price: Undisclosed.

For The Moment

15 Budget Cuts Harvard Needs

Budget cuts have swept through campus faster than news of a party during Freshman Week. But apparently the administration didn’t

In The Meantime

15 Faculty Hot Shots: Duana Fullwiley

CORRECTION APPENDED It’s 1 p.m. sharp on a cloudy Thursday afternoon, and room 114 of the Barker Center sits completely

The Nanny Diaries

Who else but the Nanny would roll into Lamont at four on a Saturday afternoon decked out in knee-high boots,

Marching to their own beat

While Ivy League rock stars may be a rare breed Stealth Foxx stands out as a Harvard band with bigger

The End of John's Awkward Years

For most boys it only takes 13 years to become a man. For John Harvard, it took 401. The extra

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Quinn L. Dang ’09

Surrounded by headless mannequins and tables cluttered with fabric, needles, and thread, Quinn L. Dang ’09 comments on the superiority

“Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist” Infinitely Entertaining

Harvard students are known for their habitual lateness, inspired by the “seven-minute rule” for classes, but attendees of the College’s

15 Questions with Simon H. Rich

He may be building a career on comedy, but Simon H. Rich ’06-’07 seems to be proving that he is

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U.N. Official Draws HBS Crowd

Srgjan Kerim, the president of the United Nations General Assembly, remembered the novelty of a globalization course he created at

Study Cautions Against All-Nighters

Think twice before pulling your next all-nighter. A lack of sleep may cause severe psychological disturbances, according to a study

Police Apprehend City’s ‘Meter Bandit’

A Cambridge man was charged Tuesday with “receiving stolen property of over $250 and breaking into a depository,” after Cambridge

Heavier Mothers May Have More Boys

Want a baby boy? Eat more. A significant increase in the weight of a mother before pregnancy may affect the