Aaron R. Cohen

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I'm Happy

The reader may care to know the following: In preparation for this essay, I read through similar pieces published in

Fifteen Minutes: Harvard-Yale Football: Who Cares

     The 1999 season has been a strange one for the Harvard football team. After two wins to open the season,

Fifteen Minutes Later

L ife behind the scenes has its merits, I suppose, but deep down under, I think we all crave our

Maintaining a Healthy Perspective on Life

This is the second "My First Year" piece that I have endeavored to complete. A year ago at this time,

So You Wanna Be an MTV VeeJay Too

"Fifteen Minutes" is a relic of the early `90s. The magazine title--chosen because it was "pop culturey"--was meant to say


When she was chosen to succeed Radcliffe President Wilbur K. Jordan in June 1959, Mary I. Bunting-Smith conceded that, with

College Targets Final Clubs

Once upon a time, T.S. Eliot '09 drunkenly composed verse after verse for his clubmates at the Fox, fondly dedicating

Randomized Housing Lottery Procedure Enters Second Year

Armed with a few minor alterations, the completely randomized housing lottery process entered its second year at Harvard this past

English May Alter Size of Committee

The English department is considering doubling the size of its undergraduate committee as a result of a petition submitted by

MAC Fee Included In Tuition

The competition for Stairmasters at the Malkin Athletic Center (MAC) will be a little tougher next year. The Kennedy School

Tackling a South American Disease

Harvard is full of students who aspire to someday make a difference in the world. But for Ariel S. Clapp