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  • The NFL: Where “Men” Act Like Boys

    How domestic abuse is handled in the NFL. As I watch football games, I am constantly bombarded with comments about how this is a “man’s” game. Commentators discuss a player’s toughness, strength, and speed. Players brag about how their play gains them respect from fellow “men.” Then, they leave the gridiron and beat their wives,… [Read More...]

    The NFL: Where “Men” Act Like Boys
  • Harvard Gallops Ahead

    Club Polo at Harvard grows. This past weekend marked the annual alumni celebration and polo tournament for the Harvard Polo Club. If you need clarification, I am talking about polo on horses with mallets and helmets, and not the rather pedestrian diversion in which boys and girls flail about in water wearing silly caps. It… [Read More...]

    Harvard Gallops Ahead
  • Off Field

    A Snapshot into Harvard Football’s Fan Section This past Friday the Crimson football squad opened their 2014 campaign with a decisive win over Holy Cross. Though I was only on hand for the first forty-five minutes or so of this important game, I enjoyed each of those minutes tremendously. I can’t think of a Harvard… [Read More...]

    Off Field
  • Who Runs the World?

    A look into Lean In at Harvard. This past Thursday, members of Lean In at Harvard invited the Harvard community to ‘Sit at the Table’ and watch a 45-minute video presentation by Cheryl Sandberg at the club’s first informational meeting of the year. The event, one of many “watch parties” worldwide, boasted free food —… [Read More...]

    Who Runs the World?
  • Let There Be Laptops

    An open letter of frustration. Dear Professors, Although you have written best-selling books, received tenure, been quoted in the New York Times, and are certainly some of the most distinguished academics on the planet, you are not dictators. While you can lecture us on your beliefs, your research, or the basic facts of the material… [Read More...]

    Let There Be Laptops
  • Indy on Ince

    One night with champions. The 44th annual An Evening with Champions ice skating show was held this past weekend, on Friday September 19th and Saturday September 20th, at the Bright Hockey Arena in Allston, Massachusetts. The money raised from this annual event goes to the Jimmy Fund, which is the fundraising arm of the Dana-Farber… [Read More...]

    Indy on Ince

Arts

Giving and Receiving

An evening with Micheal Flaherty. In Lois Lowry’s The Giver, memories are painful not because they are held, but because of the loneliness with which the Giver holds them. “Memories need to be shared,” says the … (full post)

A Decade of Downfall

A look at Western decline in the 1970s and its artistic portrayal. The usual artistic language of downfall and ruin is an almost archetypal form: fire and brimstone rain down upon the sinful and overindulgent … (full post)

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News and Forum

Who Runs the World?

A look into Lean In at Harvard. This past Thursday, members of Lean In at Harvard invited … (full post)

Let There Be Laptops

An open letter of frustration. Dear Professors, Although you have written best-selling … (full post)

Indy on Ince

One night with champions. The 44th annual An Evening with Champions ice skating show was held … (full post)

Science Technology 101

A day at the Biotech fair. The Harvard Biotechnology Club held its twelfth annual Career … (full post)

Travel Tips

How to get around successfully With summer and good weather coming to an end, I thought that … (full post)

Ain’t No Party Like A Feminist Party

The culture of sexism and social life at Harvard This past weekend, my friends and I were … (full post)

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Indy on Ince

One night with champions. The 44th annual An Evening with Champions ice skating show was held this past weekend, on Friday September 19th and Saturday September 20th, at the Bright Hockey Arena … (full post)

Giving and Receiving

An evening with Micheal Flaherty. In Lois Lowry’s The Giver, memories are painful not because they are held, but because of the loneliness with which the Giver holds them. “Memories need to … (full post)

A Decade of Downfall

A look at Western decline in the 1970s and its artistic portrayal. The usual artistic language of downfall and ruin is an almost archetypal form: fire and brimstone rain down upon the sinful … (full post)