Noah Oppenheim

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Staff's defense of Harvard's Nazi sympathies offensive

Today’s staff editorial (“Singling Out Harvard,” Nov. 18) attacking Professor Stephen Norwood was profoundly disappointing. The Staff argues Harvard should

Curtsying to Mansfield

To the editors: Joshua P. Rogers’ article, “Mansfield Decries Harvard’s Sex Scene” ( Dec. 4 ), is a caricature of

Keep the Old Sheet Flying

Today I graduate with a degree in social studies from Harvard College. Unfortunately, the meaning of such a degree is

Remembering Harvard

According to the official Commencement literature currently circulating among seniors, now is the time to celebrate the "four amazing years"


Good Will Rally

This past Saturday, a crowd of chanting political activists and shrieking pre-pubescent girls gathered in front of Littauer. They gathered


Bushido at the Bar

It's been a rough two weeks for the Asian-American community. For one thing, they've found themselves locked in a mortal


When the New Economy Ages

This past week, Wall Street experienced what might be described as a Maalox moment. On Tuesday, the Nasdaq plunged 574


Pat Buchanan Comes to Town

When Pat Buchanan spoke yesterday at the Institute of Politics, he got at least one thing right: "Pat Buchanan is


A False Start in the Rat Race

During the past several weeks Harvard, once an institution of higher learning, has taken significant steps towards becoming a start-up


Stick Your Cell Phone...

Disclaimer: The column you are about to read has been written countless times before, by countless other people, in countless

Jackson At It Again

Some men get wiser with age, others, it seems, only drift farther and farther from the neighborhood of good sense.

Considering 'Women's Issues' at Harvard

Thank goodness for folks like Shai M. Sachs '01. This past Sunday, Sachs, along with 23 other student representatives, voted


That Leadership Thing

An upperclass formal. Weekend hours for OCS. Office space for student groups. More funding for House Committees. Buses to Boston.


An Argument for Moral Education

I have no great affection for Texas Governor George W. Bush. In fact, I must confess that I don't know


Extremism and Its Apologists

This past Wednesday, Steven Emerson, an award-winning investigative reporter, and in the words of the New York Post, "the nation's