Diana McKeage

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Parting Shot

What Are You So Scared Of?

Students measure their achievements by their reception and competitive value, rather than their absolute value. Personal worth and self-esteem become tied up with success.


Why Can’t We Be Friends?

There is little room in the blogosphere for another comparison of Occupy Wall Street and the Tea Party movement, but echoes resound in the empty space where neutral constructive criticism might be found.


The Cost of Opportunity

As “I Am Fine” illustrated, what we don’t always hear are the sincere doubts that go further than complaints, and question how it is humanly possible to take advantage of everything happening around campus in this final month.


Top-down is So Passé

The lateral and interlocking function of the Internet is perhaps the most insurmountable distance for the elder generation to cross.


Against Interpretation

How can we be swept away by anything when audiences are constantly grabbing for coattails to ride on, in desperate attempts to bask in another’s glory while contributing nothing of their own but noise and disturbance?


Aesthetics and Academics

Maybe someday, “aesthetics” can even be another category in the Q Guide.

Harvard Law School

Harvard Study Faults CEO Pay

Evidence pointing to excessive risk-taking by executives at investment banks Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers continues to emerge more than a year after the two investment banks collapsed in 2008—this time from a paper released online this weekend by three Harvard Law School affiliates.

Friendly Waters

Conditions Bring Challenge in ACCs

Harvard sailing battled its way through the Atlantic Coast Championships this weekend, coming out with bittersweet results and determination to improve from their mistakes when they hoist their sails again in the spring.