Finding Namaste

BY DOMINIQUE LUONGO A reflection on Hemenway’s yoga classes. Hemenway is a great place for students living in the yard. Much closer than the distant Malkin Athletic Center (MAC), Hemenway offers all of the same equipment, but in much smaller quantities. Hemenway is like the local produce store compared to the mega-superstore that is the MAC. However, unlike your local fruit stand, Hemenway is packed to the gills with (surprisingly aggressive) graduate students and professors who, believe me, will not hesitate to mercilessly rip you off of the treadmill if you dare to go so much as a single second …






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GO STATE!

BY DOMINIQUE LUONGO Bringing the thrill to Ivy League Sports Imagine yourself screaming “GO HARVARD!” at the top of your lungs. You are surrounded by a sea of crimson that ebbs and flows in unison with you as you find yourself feeling the emotions of the collective: either exuberant or frustrated. Like your fellow spectators you are holding a blood red foam finger and a proudly displaying the Veritas shield on your chest as you dare someone to challenge your pride, your love, your team. No, I am not quite describing The Game, nor any other local(ish) campus sporting event …






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No Crowd, No Hands, No Problem

BY DOMINIQUe LUONGO Women’s soccer squeezes out a tight victory. Donning my favorite crimson Harvard T-Shirt, I went to my first-ever collegiate varsity athletic game: women’s soccer featuring our Harvard Crimson vs. Long Island University Brooklyn Blackbirds. This leads me to my first question: How does Long Island University have a location in Brooklyn? Unless my geography teacher lied to me, those are two different parts of the state. Not knowing what to expect, I left early for the game, but in the true spirit of being a freshman, I managed to arrive to the game a bit late, having …






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