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Crimson opinion writer

Isaac O. Longobardi

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Summer Postcard: Hebron
Summer Postcards 2019

Summer Postcard: Hungry in Hebron

My stomach really does hurt — right in the upper left corner, hot and sharp — but I can’t tell if it is the hunger or a sense of shame.

Summer Postcard: Hebron
Summer Postcards 2019

Summer Postcard: Hebron

Andover Hall
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Why Love a Tree

There is a greater symbolic value to the tree, and it shocks me that one of the world’s preeminent institutions of semiotic thought seems so unable to grasp it.

Adams House Renewal
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In Memoriam: the HOCice

If Harvard wishes to guide the undergraduate body toward a more inclusive model of social life, it needs to create more spaces for students to socialize.

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