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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)


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)


Waging Rallies on Minimum Wage

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


Divestment 101

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


A Level Playing Ground

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


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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Obama, Where Are You?

When we met, fellow Presidential Scholars, you helped me piece together America. When we met, you said your name, and I was too excited, too nervous, too intimidated, too eager, and too tired from … (full post)

Something Good from Something Bad

How the U.S.A. won the Women’s World Cup By PEYTON FINE             Here is a quick little multiple choice question for all of you who watched the U.S. women’s soccer team become world champions … (full post)


Ship Love: on the (nearly lethal) comforts of a Silicon Valley internship

Inspired by David Foster Wallace's "Shipping Out" I have now seen a bright blue sky capped over an arid rooftop garden. Riding between buildings in a Disneyland-like tram, I have … (full post)