David Weinfeld

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Why I Run (Naked)

I look back now on my four years at Harvard with both fondness and regret. I’ve made some great friends

Joey Potter, Hillel, and Me

In pursuit of an adolescent crush, all it takes is a moment of courage, sometimes as simple as a hitting

Making Out Alright at Harvard

A recent study revealed that Harvard students are unhappy. I suspect this lack of happiness may be due to strained

From Harvard to Human

Periodically, I’m stricken with horrible nightmares. I imagine myself at this time next year, sitting in the local Harvard Club,

Steak and the Revolution

I love the idea of the Co-op. Not the place where we buy our books, but the place where 30

'Little Bitch' Manifesto

I’m now going to tell you something about myself that you probably didn’t know. I am a “little bitch.” How

Corporate Boredom

I find trips to Office of Career Services frustrating. It’s not that the officers there don’t mean well. Interested in

WEIN LANGUAGE: I Was There For the Expos

On Sept. 5, 2004, the Montreal Expos beat the visiting Atlanta Braves, 4-3 in 12 innings. It was a fun

The Importance of Hating People

Here’s a little lesson from a class I call Moral Reasoning 101: Hatred—Why it is good and who you should

Women's Ice Hockey

Female Rookie of the Year: Chu's Your Own Olympian

Modest people don’t usually have a killer instinct. Such is not the case for the Harvard women’s hockey team’s humble

My Left Hand

The Shakespeare and Company Bookstore, located on the Left Bank of the Seine River in Paris, has seen many an

The Mighty Morphin' State of Israel

The people of Israel have brought many great things to the world. Monotheism. The Bible. Cell phones. Wait…cell phones? A


W. Hockey Loses NCAA Final In Double Overtime

DULUTH, Minn.—It was a bitterly disappointing end to one of the most amazing games and most incredible seasons in women’s


Junior Jantzen, Senior O'Donnell Earn Respect at NCAAs

Only for a wrestler as talented as Jesse Jantzen can a third-place finish at the NCAAs be a disappointment. In

W. Hockey Avenges Regular Season Loss; Thumps Minnesota in NCAA Semifinal

DULUTH, Minn.—Showing no ill effects from a humbling 7-2 loss to Dartmouth on March 16 in the ECAC final, the