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Sadie C. Pate

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Dorm Crew

Endpaper: Dignified Work

There is no room for considerations of minimum required work hours or potential access to faculty mentors. For me and many others, a job means money.

Sadie's Spouse

Dear Michael

You stayed at work too long. You always left the toilet seat up. You paid more attention to the TV than to me.

Night post.

Safe Haven

I was raised in the boondocks of Arkansas. The stereotypes that just popped into your mind? They probably apply.

IDF soldier.

A Conversation With Lt. Shachar Erez: The IDF's First Openly Transgender Soldier

​Lt. Shachar Erez originally enlisted in the Israeli Defense Forces as a female candidate, despite the fact that he identifies as male. He was nervous—at the time, Erez did not anticipate that the military would accept and support his transgender identity.

House Life

FM Imagines: A Resignation from the Student Organization Center at Hilles

What did I do to deserve so much disdain? Is it too much to ask for the students, who walk by my doors every day, to give one ounce of recognition to the ten years I have spent relegated to the Quad, watching them silently pity my apparent lack of purpose?

Good Vibrations

Good Vibes Only: Good Vibrations Staffer Preaches Sex Positivity

Good Vibrations is a “pleasure boutique” founded in 1977 with the goal of creating a “clean, well-lighted alternative to conventional adult bookstores,” according to its website.


Who Wore It Better: The Pantsuit Edition

In order to get the 411 on the pantsuit phenomenon, let us turn to the experts: namely, Hillary Clinton and University President Drew G. Faust.

Sarah Isgur Flores

Back to Her Roots

This week, the Harvard Texas Club hosted Sarah Isgur Flores, the deputy campaign manager for Carly Fiorina's 2016 presidential run. FM sits down with her and talks about Texas, 'The West Wing,' and the fast-paced world of campaign politics.

Men's Crew

Mumps: A Play By Play

Our boys are tired but determined, ready to take on the Big Red Bears when, alas!... Down goes a Harvard rower.

Around Town

Animal Rescue League + Beer = Barktoberfest

Walking through the gate of Boston’s first annual Barktoberfest at SoWa Open Market, our senses were overwhelmed with the sight of puppies in cute, dainty vests, the smell of freshly brewed beer, and the savory tastes of food truck delicacies.