At 5 p.m. on a Saturday night, Rabeea Ahmed ’14 is working on her website when she receives an email from a sexual assault victim halfway around the world.
High in demand and short on time, it's becoming increasingly difficult for students to find their soul-mates. Fortunately,workaholic Ivy League students have a new service to help: IvyDate.
Ever had dreams of competing in a culinary competition? Or do you just have a knack for cooking and want to show off your skills? Starting Monday, HUHDS will be hosting its annual Top Chef competition.
At an emotional vigil last night, speakers, some of whom were undocumented immigrants, said that such individuals live in a state of fear and that newcomers to this country—whether undocumented or not—continue to face cultural obstacles upon arrival.
Some members of the Class of 2014 say they plan to take part in “River Run” despite the administration’s condemnation of the tradition.
A panel discussion at the Kennedy School of Government sought to raise awareness about church burning in contemporary society.
The debate surrounding the effects of caffeinated alcoholic beverages on the human body still continues, although it has been three months since the Food and Drug Administration ordered the drinks—including the well-known Four Loko—pulled from the shelves.
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