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Rower Seeks Disciplined Life

Nearly every day for four years, many of Radcliffe crew captain Mathilde Marvin Hajek's teammates endured lengthy, draining workouts "just

Left Out in the Cold

O h, how we Harvard undergraduates are blessed with the wonders of technology. The potential wonders, that is. The new

Wanna Play Some Hoop? Take a Number

Anybody up for a friendly game of basketball this afternoon at the Malkin Athletic Center (MAC)? Sorry, but the campus's

Taking the MCAT, The Hard Way

S ometimes you just have to laugh and hope for the best,. Or at least place faith in those who

Harvard Needs the Money

While the staff writes that the "Senior Gift is inherently flawed," instead it is the staff's own reasoning which suffers

Valentine's Day Thoughts

A s we've painfully watched the calendar approach today's oft-dreaded holiday, I've been thinking that someone from up above is

Teen Drinking is Dangerous

While the staff makes a good point that consistency is important, it must realize that the would can't--and doesn't--always work

Grad Material

Electric Cowboys (Or, One Fan Gloats) Here's a little Yankee "Yee Ha" in support of America's Team. Following yesterday's second

Square Hosts NCCA

The roads around Harvard Yard were closed to traffic yesterday, but that doesn't mean the wheels stopped turning. Instead, 250

Editor Confronts Schulman On Rumor

A third-year Harvard Law Review editor confronted president Emily R. Schulman '85 on Tuesday about rumors that she or her


When U.S. News and World Report ranks the nation's colleges every year, it makes comparisons based on everything from the

How Do You Learn If You Aren't in School?

C lose your mathematics books, boys and girls. Save the grammar exercise and the chemistry lab for tomorrow. It's time

74% of Students Support Clinton In Election Poll

Nearly three-fourths of Harvard undergraduates support Democratic candidate Bill Clinton in next week's presidential election, according to a poll conducted

Heinicke Elected Undergraduate Council Chair

Members of the Undergraduate Council elected Malcolm A. Heinicke '93 as the representative body's new chair last night. Meeting for


T o put it bluntly, Ross Perot is a wishy-washy flake who should receive a Texas-sized whoopin' for an incredibly