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Edward-michael Dussom

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Radix Malorum Est (Ok)Cupiditas

Upon the recent celebration of my twenty-second birthday, I received at the dinner table what could only be described as ...


Dispatches from the Dirty Dirty

I write to you, dear reader, not with an update quickly scribbled within the storied stacks of Lamont or Widener, ...



For The Moment

Eat Out: Asmara

Crazed with laughter and the bitter cold, my roommate and I literally exploded into Asmara, a discreetly nestled Central Square ...

For The Moment

Poetry, Prose, and Philanthropy

Throbbing music and clouds of cigarette smoke—not a spirit of communitas—are things one would typically expect to issue from the ...

Fifteen Most Interesting

15 Most Interesting Seniors: Heba El Habashy

When she’s not in transit between New York and Boston or running from Kirkland to class and back, Heba el Habashy ’10 has her hands full.

Sexual Harassment Publicized, Punished in '80s

By their graduation, the class of 1984 left Harvard struggling with what seemed to be a growing problem: year after

Harvard May Trim Shuttle Services

UPDATED (3:53 p.m.): The proposed cutbacks will be implemented . The College’s shutt

Poll Results Favor ROTC Recognition

According to the results of a poll conducted last week of more than 1,700 Harvard undergraduates, nearly 62 percent of

Three Cases Confirmed as Swine Flu

Three of the nine cases of influenza reported at the Harvard Dental School earlier this week were confirmed as H1N1

Local Flu Cases Rise to Nine

Eight new cases of influenza linked to the Harvard Dental School have been deemed by local and state health officials

Dean of Student Life To Retire

Associate Dean of Student Life and Activities Judith H. Kidd will accept the administration’s retirement incentive package and retire from

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Panel Discusses ROTC Challenges

CLARIFICATION APPENDED Six Harvard undergraduates—each a member of a Reserve Officer Training Corps branch—led a panel discussion last night on

Brenner Appointed as New SEAS Dean

Applied mathematics professor Michael P. Brenner has been appointed as the first Associate Dean for Applied Mathematics in the School

Yardfest Draws Record Numbers

Despite the inhospitable chill and Sunday-night scheduling, singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles and electronic duo Ratatat drew hordes of undergraduates to Yardfest