Alan E. Wirzbicki

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Parting Shot: Harvard's Culture of Secrecy

One of the first things Harvard freshmen hear when they arrive in Cambridge is a ringing statement of the University's

In Search of Freedom, Lampoon's Ibis Flees to China

BEIJING--Desperate to avoid a forced return to his old perch atop the Lampoon castle, the humor magazine's sacred ibis fled

Senior Class Consciousness

Recruiting season has begun for seniors across the country. Consulting and investment banking firms with deep pockets and reputations staked

Punch-less 'Poonster Parody

Lampoon's Guide to College Admissions By Editors of the Harvard Lampoon Time Warner 165 pp., $18 The Harvard Lampoon, a

Patriotism Redux

Attentive readers of the newspapers this week may have noticed an odd coincidence. On Monday, the day before Independence Day,

With University Hall Closed, Deans Adjust

With the seat of power at Harvard undergoing costly reupholstering, the deans and administrators who normally occupy University Hall have

M. L. Crew Finishes Fourth in Attempt to Defend Title

What a difference a second makes. After jumping out to an early lead, the defending champion men's lightweight crew finished

Crimson Defeats IGP, Indy 23-2

The Harvard Crimson softball team kicked off their season this weekend with a pair of wins over IGP and the

New KSG Center To Study Leaders

Harvard will open a new center this fall devoted to the study of public leadership, the Kennedy School of Government