Richard S. Lee

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On Spring

It’s supposed to be unseasonably warm today. The weather folks are predicting a high near 90 degrees. This isn’t necessarily

Ten Things You Should Never Do

Columnists who write for this esteemed page are only human. Not to be confused with humane, which describes our demeanor,

Education Wants To Be Free

Yesterday MIT, our favorite vocational school on the Charles, unveiled an ambitious 10-year initiative to make freely available over the

And Yale Still Sucks

Section 11 sits at the far end of the rink, away from the main doors, secluded from the hustle and

Tear Down This Wall

There's a well-known problem with the FAS student network. Namely, it's slower than Storrow Drive after a Sox game. Unfortunately,

What's in a Grade?

Would a C-minus by any other name still smell as rank? Last week, Kenan Professor of Government Harvey C. Mansfield

Musings On the Charles

Moments seem hours as we lingering dwell, Yet shadows deepen, and the loftier spires In white array send back their

Fifteen Minutes: Putting Romance on Ice

This Saturday, Pforzheimer House will kick off the spring formal season at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel. That same evening,

To The Playground We Should Go

My dorm room window overlooks the Peabody School playground. It's a pretty crummy playground. The swings squeak and the wooden