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  • What a Racquet!

    Women’s Tennis finally plays outdoors at the end of their season. Spring has brought to Harvard not only daffodils, crocuses, and long lines at J.P. Lick’s, but also the opportunity to once again watch sporting events outdoors! I took full advantage of this opportunity this past weekend as I meandered over to the Berens Tennis… [Read More...]

    What a Racquet!
  • Battle of the Hamlets

    One Hamlet to rule them all. My boyfriend was in town, and knowing that he is a big fan of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, I knew I had to take him to the Hyperion Shakespeare Company’s performance of Hamlet Saturday night. We were on a double date with Dean Khurana and his wife, Stephanie, if you count sitting on opposite… [Read More...]

    Battle of the Hamlets
  • American Document Solutions

    Short Fiction.   (continued from our “Unconstrained” issue on 4/9/15) The fact that I had given up a year of collegiate social drinking for minimum-wage mind numbing was something I tried hard not to think about. My dad, the same guy who sent me potato chips for Christmas, said a gap year was a good… [Read More...]

    American Document Solutions
  • Unheard Voices

    The seemingly silent restructuring of the BSC. Over the last several years, the College has made several major decisions without consulting the same undergraduate community that the decision impacts. Need I remind anyone about the Stillman Infirmary closing debacle? One would think that after so much student blowback and activism on campus, the College and… [Read More...]

    Unheard Voices
  • Waging Rallies on Minimum Wage

    Harvard Students participate in the ‘Fight for 15′ Movement April 14th marked the Justice and Labor Day of Harvard’s Heat Week, a week otherwise devoted to rallying for Harvard’s divestment from fossil fuels. The rally for economic justice for workers has capitalized on large concentrations of college students in major cities. Over 100 college students… [Read More...]

    Waging Rallies on Minimum Wage
  • Divestment 101

    Everything you need to know to sound informed about the Divestment movement at Harvard.    What is the aim of Divest Harvard? 1) Harvard should immediately freeze any new investments in fossil fuel companies. 2) It should immediately divest direct holdings (currently $19.6 million) from the top 200 publicly traded fossil fuel companies 3) It… [Read More...]

    Divestment 101

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Battle of the Hamlets

One Hamlet to rule them all. My boyfriend was in town, and knowing that he is a big fan of Shakespeare's Hamlet, I knew I had to take him to the Hyperion Shakespeare Company’s performance of Hamlet Saturday night. We … (full post)

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American Document Solutions

Short Fiction.   (continued from our "Unconstrained" issue on 4/9/15) The fact that I had given up a year of collegiate social drinking for minimum-wage mind numbing was something I tried hard not to think about. My … (full post)

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Unheard Voices

The seemingly silent restructuring of the BSC. Over the last several years, the College has … (full post)

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Waging Rallies on Minimum Wage

Harvard Students participate in the 'Fight for 15' Movement April 14th marked the Justice and … (full post)

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Divestment 101

Everything you need to know to sound informed about the Divestment movement at … (full post)

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A Level Playing Ground

The Indy scopes out a new pre-orientation program for freshmen The Harvard Undergraduate … (full post)

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Dissecting Biphobia: Myths & Facts

Why we need to revisit modern conceptions of sexual orientation. I guarantee every single … (full post)

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A Plea to Gerald Chan

Why the real estate mogul should buy us a bar. In the past year, Gerald Chan, a Harvard alum … (full post)

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Divestment 101

Everything you need to know to sound informed about the Divestment movement at Harvard.    What is the aim of Divest Harvard? 1) Harvard should immediately freeze any new investments in … (full post)

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A Level Playing Ground

The Indy scopes out a new pre-orientation program for freshmen The Harvard Undergraduate Council announced a new ‘Harvard Project’ grant initiative that would award $3000 to a student-led … (full post)

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Dissecting Biphobia: Myths & Facts

Why we need to revisit modern conceptions of sexual orientation. I guarantee every single person reading this article knows some femme queen gay man that was “bisexual” when he first came out, … (full post)