Ain’t No Party Like A Feminist Party

BY CAROLINE GENTILE The culture of sexism and social life at Harvard This past weekend, my friends and I were invited to a themed party. Like most college girls, we relished in dressing up for the theme. We all donned tight black A-line skirts and fancy tops, and debated whether or not to wear black pumps or black ballet flats. Once we settled on the flats (who wants to walk around cobblestone streets in pumps, anyway?), we set off for the party. The theme was “CEOs and Corporate Hoes.” Now, my friends and I, as would most women (and men) …






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For Those About to Rush (We Salute You)

BY LAUREN COVALUCCI #whyimnotanchored in 800 words I love rush week. I have three roommates, and every night, all at once, we would scramble to the mirror to fix our makeup (at our double sink — thanks, Pfoho!) and chat about prospective sisters. Then they left and I had the room to myself for a couple hours, which was also pretty great. I’ve never rushed, I’m not affiliated, but I do occasionally pose with those stupid sorority hand gestures because I’m a rebel and want to stick it to the man. On Harvard’s campus, Greek life tends to be one …






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