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  • A Marathon Remembered

    Strong and together, a city that never faltered. A year ago from Tuesday, on Marathon Monday — a day more important to Bostonians than can be explained in words — two brothers, Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, allegedly tried and succeeded to a degree in degrading the special day. Using bombs placed near the finish line… [Read More...]

    A Marathon Remembered
  • Heating Up

    Crimson win three games and advance to the Beanpot Finals. The first half the Harvard baseball team’s season has not been kind. However, some warmer weather at home may be just what the doctor ordered to heat up the Crimson. In a five-game week, the Crimson amassed three of their eight total wins this season… [Read More...]

    Heating Up
  • YardFest 2014

    An interview with College Events Board Harvard’s annual campus-wide spring event, YardFest, took place last Sunday, April 13th, 2014, from 5:00pm to 8:30pm. This event featured two opening bands selected via the annual Battle for YardFest competition hosted earlier on March 28th, a featured singer — Janelle Monae, several long, self-serve food tables to accommodate… [Read More...]

    YardFest 2014
  • Mayopoulos and Goffard: Dream Team?

    Why Gus+Sietse is the best thing to happen to us in years. Any more or less self-respecting student knows at least vaguely the drama that surrounded the most recent Harvard Undergraduate Council presidential campaign — a drama surprisingly more comedic than tragic, but scandalous nonetheless. Sam Clark ‘15 and Gus Mayopoulos ’15 ran on a… [Read More...]

    Mayopoulos and Goffard: Dream Team?
  • Shifting Gears

    Why I decided to change my concentration. Coming into college — actually, since freshman year of high school, I would say — I knew that I would be an English major. Every year of high school, all of my science and social studies courses seemed to be thrown into the backseat when it came to… [Read More...]

    Shifting Gears
  • Wild Child

    A musicoethical standoff between Enya and Lana Del Rey. For all of human history, conflict has spurred culture. Whether two empires at war, two political systems at odds, or two philosophies in gridlock, we must live in the presence of dualities. Just as dissonance and juxtaposition moved great thinkers like Marx and Kierkegaard to the… [Read More...]

    Wild Child

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Dancing to the End

Janelle Monáe at Yardfest 2014. Late morning last Sunday, a friend on Facebook commented on my Spotify activity. The comment, with some amusement, questioned why I was listening to Janelle Monáe on repeat if I was … (full post)

On a High Note

An Introduction to La Boheme There are certain works of art that will touch your heart, send a cascade of chills down your spine, and make tears roll down your eyes. For me, La Boheme is one of those works. I have … (full post)

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YardFest 2014

An interview with College Events Board Harvard’s annual campus-wide spring event, YardFest, took … (full post)

Mayopoulos and Goffard: Dream Team?

Why Gus+Sietse is the best thing to happen to us in years. Any more or less self-respecting … (full post)

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Shifting Gears

Why I decided to change my concentration. Coming into college — actually, since freshman … (full post)

Wild Child

A musicoethical standoff between Enya and Lana Del Rey. For all of human history, conflict has … (full post)

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Meeting Warren Buffett

An account of the Smart Woman Securities annual Warren Buffett trip. Two weeks ago, I had the … (full post)

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A Spring Guide to Iced Coffee

Where to find the most refreshing blend. Ah, Spring…a time when I will not be perpetually … (full post)

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Wild Child

A musicoethical standoff between Enya and Lana Del Rey. For all of human history, conflict has spurred culture. Whether two empires at war, two political systems at odds, or two philosophies in … (full post)

Screen Shot 2014-04-17 at 11.42.58 PM

Dancing to the End

Janelle Monáe at Yardfest 2014. Late morning last Sunday, a friend on Facebook commented on my Spotify activity. The comment, with some amusement, questioned why I was listening to Janelle … (full post)

On a High Note

An Introduction to La Boheme There are certain works of art that will touch your heart, send a cascade of chills down your spine, and make tears roll down your eyes. For me, La Boheme is one of … (full post)