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UC Presidential Election - Stephen Turban '17 and Luke Heine '17
College

Sophomore Ticket Brings Levity and Ambition

Though they’re both veterans of the UC, Heine and Turban have emphasized their differences from the rest of the Council and say the UC needs to focus more on the students it supports.

Spoon
Fluff

Hold the (Red) Phone! How to Use Your Hotline

These crimson clunkers, lovingly placed in each room by Dorm Crew at the start of the year, go tragically underused – but luckily, we’ve come up with a few ways to warm up to your hotline.

University

Eurasia Expert Discusses Russia, China Relationship

Will China stand in Russia's way or partner with it to create a new world order? Expert Vitaly Kozyrev discussed that question Wednesday afternoon.

Harvard Law School

Microsoft Exec Discusses Data Surveillance

Technology companies and the federal government are locked in an escalating legal battle over data surveillance and consumer rights, said Microsoft’s General Counsel Brad Smith.

The Secret History of Wonder Woman
Books

Lepore Unmasks Wonder Woman’s Feminist Origins

Wonder Woman soared as a feminist icon in the early twentieth century, argued American History professor Jill M. Lepore on Thursday.

Ambassador Rob Ford
Events

Former Ambassador to Syria Discusses Hazards, Hopes in Middle East

Robert S. Ford—who was recalled from his post in Damascus three years ago due to an assault by a pro-government mob—emphasized the desire for human respect motivating the tumult in both Syria and Iraq.

Global Day of Action
Politics

Activists Rally for Universal Healthcare

The participants—including a Harvard contingent of around a dozen students and affiliates—marched the perimeter of the Common before listening to several speakers.

Food Symposium
College

'Food Better' Addresses Farmer, Buyer Disconnect

Harvard can take steps to reverse the growing separation between people and the farms that produce their food, panelists said at the Food Better Symposium on Friday.

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