Joanna M. Weiss

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The Answers We've Been Waiting For

Though I will soon be forgotten, I used to have a hand in running a college newspaper editorial page. Tough,

Prabhu Keeps Her Composure

Early in the fall of sophomore year, the tiny pieces of paper started to appear all over Dunster House: Taped

Kicklines at the Colosseum

A Forum Affair John Berman, David Javerbaum Chip Rossetti directed by Greg Minahan at the Hasty Pudding H ow do

Words Will Never Hurt You

L ast year, my predecessor as editorial chair of The Harvard Crimson cited me as an example of the growing


I n mid-December, Brandeis University students were up in arms, furious at the school's student newspaper. The source of their

CUE Blues

N ow that Harvard Medical School affiliates Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women's Hospital are merging, some serious questions

Neon Kudzu

Final Club Hijinks I n Dunster House, final club pranks aren't a common phenomenon. If someone's hair is dyed an

She Loves to Fly, and It shows

I would really hate air travel, if it weren't for the flying part. I'm claustrophobic, I don't like heights, and

Pets, Politics, Procrastination

They Lead a Lonely Life We're not sure if The Crimson has an official editorial position on this, but we

How Do You Freeze?

I nterested in making $205 a week in your spare time? Already have the sperm bank ad up on your

My Life As a Number

W hen I came to college, I knew I was through with math--forever. I knew I was through with physical

Real Empowerment

T he campaign kick-off event took place on a steamy July afternoon, in a poorly air-conditioned recreation center in Northern

`New Democrats' And Other Tall Tales

P oor Marjorie Margolies-Mezvinsky, arguably the unluckiest of the Democrats bullied into voting for the Clinton budget bill last month.

GOP Must Stand For Something

WASHINGTON--No, Bill Clinton's astoundingly poor approval rating won't make any difference in 1996. Clinton's popularity can't go anywhere but up,

Not Thinking. Just Kidding.

W ant to insult a male Harvard student these days? Call him an "Edge Man" and watch him wince. He'll