David A. Fahrenthold

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Despite Aid Increase, Average Senior Graduates $14,487 in Debt

Tomorrow, Harvard begins cashing in its 10,000 men. In greenback form, George Washington, Andrew Jackson and Benjamin Franklin will make

To the Dearly Departing

He swished the ribbed plastic glass, and the reconstituted orange juice (more bitter than Tang and without that cool futuristic

A Vision of the Future

This was supposed to be a column about my first experience with streaking last week, sprinting stark naked at midnight


Content To Be Bitter

What's a good metaphor for a Harvard student? A talking, gold-plated pile of manure, wearing a fleece. What joke should


Jesus Week for You, But not for Me

Well folks, it's Jesus Week at Harvard. Sounds funny, doesn't it? Like Fresh Vegetables Month at Charlie's Kitchen or Bill


There's No Place Like home

MADRID--Flying standby is a lot like finishing a LSAT review class--you wish a lot of good people a lot of


With Friends Like These...

This is a column about my parents, two lovely people from Houston, Texas whom I thought I knew well. We


Join the Harvard Corps

Today is the last day of February, and across campus the World's Luckiest Kids are griping with a superhuman zeal.


Harvard Can't Have My Change

For those of you not familiar with it, let me briefly explain the Senior Gift. Harvard has $14 billion in

Restaurant to Host Burger-Eating Race

A Beverly, Mass., restaurant has put out the call for college students to participate in a hamburger-eating contest this Saturday,

Getting the Most From Your Time At Harvard

Just a few weeks ago you sat at your high school graduation and heard some minor celebrity (or, if you

Students Answer The $2K Question

STUDENT LIFE At the beginning of this month, more than 3,000 undergraduates got a letter from Byerly Hall playing Ed

Noble Now In Fair Condition

Patrick T. Noble '01, a Lowell House resident who was hit by a car on Memorial Drive last Tuesday night,

Club Walks on the Wyld Side

It's 8:30 p.m. on Saturday night, and the hounds are out in Harvard Square. The pack numbers about 15, clad

Following Ivy Trend, Dartmouth Hikes Aid

Dartmouth College Wednesday became the fourth Ivy and the sixth of America's top schools to overhaul its financial aid system