Zachary S. Podolsky

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The Blair Witch Hunts

There has been something of an uproar on campus this past week about the behavior of a certain Blair Hornstine.

The Quadling's Manifesto

Plenty of things about Harvard are unfair. Some students are admitted for reasons other than their talents; some have better

Sexual Assault's Forgotten Side

This time of year, the issue of sexual assault is in the forefront of the Harvard community’s consciousness. Due to

Expos 10, 20, 30...

When first-years arrive on campus each fall, they are beset with a variety of placement tests to determine the nature

Et Tu, Paul Krugman?

On Dec. 14, 2002, Tim Rutton wrote a column in the Los Angeles Times that discussed, among other things, the

Fools Rush In

Last week, Dean of the Faculty William C. Kirby appointed a new head of the newly created Office of International

More Transfers, Fewer Duds

I’ve spent the last several weeks scouring every nook and cranny of Harvard for new transfer students. Alas, I’ve failed

Stephen J. Gould, Where Are You?

How I wish Stephen J. Gould would rise again—as that other brilliant Jewish innovator allegedly did 2,000 years ago—and deliver

Quit the Race-Baiting, Kuumba

I am Jewish. Suppose I were sitting in the popular Core class Social Analysis 34, “Knowledge of Language,” and the