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Readers View Everyday Through 'The First Person'

“You’re not the first person I ever tried to impress with my brilliant performance of not really being impressed with

Hate It: Lamont Seat Savers

Harvard students are like dogs, especially during reading period. Not only do they refuse to bathe and eat anything they

'Defiance' Mixes History, Humanity

Before moving to the sunny streets of Hollywood and directing big-budget films such as “The Last Samurai” and “Blood Diamond,”

'The Boy in the Striped Pajamas'

“The Boy in the Striped Pajamas” seems a strangely pleasant name for a film about the Holocaust, and yet such

Harvard Kennedy School Lecturer Praises Obama’s Poise

Maralee Schwartz, a visiting lecturer at the Harvard Kennedy School, spoke about the 2008 campaign yesterday, focusing on the personal

The HRDC Turns 100

The year 1908 gave birth to some notable characters: Bette Davis, Thurgood Marshall, and Lyndon B. Johnson, to name a

Unexpected Love Engages in ‘Stop Kiss’

By APRIL M. VAN BUREN CONTRIBUTING WRITER You know that moment in a movie, a play, or a TV show