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Stephanie M. Woo

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The Vocal Cord Guru

Since the center's inception over ten years ago, Zeitels has used laser microsurgery to repair the vocal abilities of over a thousand patients with laryngeal tumors. In November, Dr. Zeitels operated on the Grammy Award-winning singer, Adele, who was suffering from recurrent bleeding of a benign polyp.

In The Meantime

Fifteen Questions with Nicholas A. Christakis

Professor of Sociology Nicholas A. Christakis, a graduate of both Harvard School of Public Health and Harvard Medical School, takes the time to sit down with FM.

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Ricky D. Kuperman

Ice hockey may be the national pastime where he comes from, but Ricky D. Kuperman ’11—a native of Toronto, Canada—was ...


The Untimely Deaths of Lame Duck and Pierre Menard

Lame Duck Books, age 6, is expected to pass away sometime in April 2011, after a longtime battle against financial ...

Mynette Louie Scrutiny
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15 Questions with Mynette A. Louie ’97

Independent film producer Mynette A. Louie ’97 recently returned to her old stomping grounds to promote her latest work with director Tze Chun, Sundance selection “Children of Invention.” The film, which tells the story of two Chinese-American children after their single mother disappears, premiered in Cambridge this past weekend, and screenings are scheduled for next week in New York and Los Angeles. A former East Asian Studies concentrator and Dunster resident, Louie graduated Phi Beta Kappa and went on to work in business and management, first in the media industry and now in film. She sat down to chat with FM about the highs, the lows, and the hotties of the indie film world.

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15 Most Interesting Seniors 2010: Kai-Cheng Ho

Today, despite seemingly unbeatable odds, Kai-Cheng Ho ’10 leads the charmed life of a high-achieving student and star running back on the football team.

In The Meantime

Fifteen Questions with F. Orhan Pamuk

As if Harvard didn’t already have enough rockstar professors, we just managed to snag F. Orhan Pamuk, the famed Turkish novelist and Nobel Laureate, as Harvard’s Charles Eliot Norton Lecturer of the semester. The English Department’s new kid on the block will be giving guest talks on the art of the novel, which will be open to all at Sanders Theater. The Columbia professor, who splits his time between New York and Istanbul, sits down with FM to chat about Harvard, freedom of speech, and why winning isn’t everything.

Despite Loyal Fans, Herrell's Milkshake Licked by JP

If you’ve been saving up your Herrell’s dollars, now is the time to spend them. After a 27-year tenure on

Glenda R. Carpio

It’s 3:07 p.m. on a Thursday afternoon, and Sever 106 is filled with the lively chatter of students in English

15 Questions with Sara B. Bareilles

Singer-songwriter Sara B. Bareilles hits Tercentenary Theater to perform at Yardfest on Sunday afternoon. Bareilles, who nabbed two Grammy nominations

'Party' Explores Existentialism

Despite the cheerful and celebratory connotations of its title, Harold Pinter’s “The Birthday Party” is existentialist, absurdist, and dark. The

HLS Establishes Library Fellowship

The Harvard Law School Library has established the Morris L. Cohen Fellowship in American Legal Bibliography and History, which intends

Ready, Set, Let's Go

It is 7:30 p.m. on a Thursday night, and the threat of encroaching deadlines and hard-fisted professors has forced most

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15 Questions with Matthew B. Kaiser

Matthew B. Kaiser, assistant professor of English, is known for his sky-high CUE ratings, impeccable style and profound lectures. This

“Lolita” Brings Big Bucks to Bookstore

If you thought paying $13.57 for “Lolita” on Amazon for your Lit and Arts core was pricey, think again. The