David Zhou

Latest Content

Top Ten Country Lyrics

Top Ten Country Music Lyrics

10) “Well I might go get me a new tattoo / Take my old Harley for a three day cruise


A new book by Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) hit bookshelves last Tuesday. The title is a mouthful—“ The Audacity of

Of War and Law

Of War and Law

No caption

Rough Crossings

Rough Crossings

Author Simon Schama

At Risk

Cornwell Abandons Forensics and Scarpetta in ‘At Risk’

There is age-old precedent for great artists to eventually abandon their genre and try to conquer something new. Their mastery



No caption

After the Books of Summer Have Gone

Summer might be the best time to read a good book at the beach, but there’s never a guarantee that

Student Politicians Raise Funds Online

Democrats and Republicans are going online this fall to win the hearts and wallets of college students. In an attempt


Although her plagiarism-plagued novel “How Opal Mehta Got Kissed, Got Wild, and Got a Life” no longer graces bookstore window

Scientists Explore Early Hybrids

The giant gorilla King Kong was never able to consumate his affection for his beloved Ann Darrow because it is

Publisher Permanently Shelves ‘Opal Mehta’

The month-old novel by Harvard undergraduate Kaavya Viswanathan ’08, who has been plagued by plagiarism accusations, will not be re-released,

‘Opal’ Similar to More Books

Kaavya Viswanathan ’08 faces new allegations that her novel, “How Opal Mehta Got Kissed, Got Wild, and Got a Life,”

'Opal Mehta' Contains Similarities To Two Other Novels

A recently-released novel by Kaavya Viswanathan ’08, which has come under scrutiny for containing passages lifted from two books by

Publisher Pulls ‘Opal Mehta’

Four days after Kaavya Viswanathan ’08 came under scrutiny for possible plagiarism in her novel “How Opal Mehta Got Kissed,

College Looking Into Plagiarism

The College is looking into allegations of plagiarism against novelist Kaavya Viswanathan ’08, but it has not commenced an “investigation”