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  • ‘Do My Boobs Look Weird?’

    A stream-of-conscious account of having sex.  What’s more deafening and mood killing than my roommate occasionally blasting the Game of Thrones soundtrack or “Ode to Joy” when I bring someone over? My own mind! It distracts me from fully enjoying the sex I’m currently having! Watching sex scenes in movies and television shows gave me… [Read More...]

    ‘Do My Boobs Look Weird?’
  • Losing It

    A lot less glamorous than Gossip Girl. I remember playing truth or dare in seventh grade at a quintessential middle school sleepover. Most of the dares involved calling boys we admitted to having crushes on during truth’s using *67, except for the one dare which forced me to eat cat food because I would rather… [Read More...]

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  • Get Wet

    The Science of Squirting. Girls are generally thought to be confusing creatures.  But nothing seems more confounding than the female anatomy, especially with regards to sex. Unlike males, not all females can come during intercourse—why is that? Is the G-spot even a real thing? Can females, like males, ejaculate? Is female ejaculation the same as… [Read More...]

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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...]

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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

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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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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 … (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 … (full post)

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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 … (full post)