Dan S. Aibel

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Harvard--The Movie

Lumbering through an empty, rain-soaked, wind-swept Yard on my way to thesis orals last Mondays morning, my new shoes drenched,


Radcliffe on the Ropes

It's that time of year again. With a tea here and a soiree there, Radcliffe is inviting women of the

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A Tale of True Dining

It's a Harvard cliché that undergrads don't get the most out of their surroundings. The Radcliffe Yard doesn't get as


The New York Club Scene

I've wandered past the familiar-looking brick building on 44th street dozens of times, always curious to know what goes on


Catching the Fever

Tired of feeling like we were the only people in the country who hadn't profited from the stock market boom,

Harvard Babies

Discussing the Sperm Bank Solution is a favorite pastime of Harvard males. The holy grail of term-time employment, it's tossed


It's no secret that we at Dartboard are regular "Jeopardy!" watchers. Or, at least, that we used to be. But

Beth Stewart Better Choice

The staff's endorsement conveys its confusion both as to the facts of this election and the role of the Undergraduate


The Last Picture Show

I 've had an interesting streak going as of late, and it's been fodder for a good bit of introspection:


A Saturday in the Yard--With Company

A few months ago a friend and I got into a debate about China. Forget constructive engagement," I argued. Forget


Harvard's football team is off to a 5-1 start (3-0 in the Ivy League) and as avid sports fans, we



MIT Keg Delivery Busted By State-- headline, The Crimson, Oct. 14 Alcohol Banned At Mass. State Colleges-- headline, The Crimson,


Getting the Scoop on the 'Poon

I t's not as if every undergraduate finds that picture of the noodle-covered cat sitting in a ladle as hysterical

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Boxing Legends

E ver since I heard the "Rocky" rumor, I've been dying to meet Tommy Rawson. The story is probably apocryphal,

A Small Screen Summer

I t's a funny thing. In nine months of school I watched hardly any television. Sure, every now and then