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A Room of Our Own

Last spring, I informed my father in a single sentence that I planned on taking an extra semester at Harvard


What is Cheating? Part II

Everything I Needed To Know I Learned In Expos (Or Did I?) In Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, John Putnam extols


What is Cheating?

Who can define cheating at Harvard? Many students admit they can’t pinpoint the meaning of the term. Does a blowjob

Food and Drink

Pop Culture Flashback! Jem: Truly Outrageous

When you’re young, it’s natural to fantasize about being someone else. As a teensy girl, I stared at Mary Lou

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Special Education

Sara M. McKinley ’03 recognizes that some of her future goals are uncommon. As she sits in the Quincy dining


The Wedding Planners

At a small table in a dimly lit corner of Bertucci’s, an attractive Harvard couple had a conversation about marriage.

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The Annotated Thesis-Writer

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The Story of Randy and Suzanne

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West Matters

When the 10 participants in FM’s panel discussion on Afro-American studies arrived at the dimly lit Adams House Conservatory, they


Money Talks

Q&A: Vicki Lin, Analyst, Credit Seuisse First Boston FM: How do you think on-campus recruiting has changed in recent years?

In The Meantime

Faculty Fiestas

As Harvard undergraduates, we are constantly wearing a variety of masks. We’re the enlightened academics who dazzle in section; we’re

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A New York State of Mind

Twenty-two year old Gwen is learning for the first time what it feels like to fall. Less than a year

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Working the Streets

Harvard students, nurtured in a womb that breeds future consulting superstars, are born ready to think out of the box.

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Degrees of Separation

Twenty-year-old Linda Vaghar sometimes forgets she isn’t forty. Anyone who saw her last Wednesday around the time of evening rush

Goldhagen Lauds Danish Efforts

Daniel J. Goldhagen, an associate professor of government and social studies, shared his views on the Holocaust Wednesday at an