Men’s Water Polo Dominates

  Men’s Water Polo Dominates Exceeding Expectations with a Perfect 18-0 Start to the Season   By ELIZABETH GUMMER   The Harvard Men’s water polo team has exceeded expectations thus far, taking the win in all 18 of their games this season. Known to excel, last season the Crimson had an eight game winning streak mid-season, and have only improved since. Starting off the year ranked 11th in the nation, the team has risen in the rankings and now sits at 9th. Looking towards conference championships, the team has put themselves in a fantastic position to succeed. Kicking off the …

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Words

Words A Poem By ABIGAIL JADE KOERNER   Journal writing is for quiet If I don’t the words will spin in my head I repeat them like twirling on a dance floor I don’t want to forget them So I repeat them and repeat them and It’s like the pounding of a keyboard. They echo like Trains sound in tunnels Brass instruments in a theater with the right walls I like it when the words stop moving When I Sit down and put on headphones Sounds of music replace the Hollow rhythm of repetition Words swirling from brain to page …

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A Union’s Call to Save TPS

A Union’s Call to Save TPS By FRANCISCO J. CERNADA, AYANNA DUNMORE, SEGAN HELLE, LUCY WICKINGS At the TPS (Temporary Protected Status) Teach-In held at the Phillips Brooks House on October 29, Ed Childs sat at the front of the room to speak on how the recent cancellation of the decades-old policy would impact his union, UNITE HERE (Union of Needletrades Industrial + Textile Employees; Hotel Employees; Restaurant Employees). While this was the first time some students met Childs, he has served a long tenure representing Harvard workers. Childs has been a dedicated union organizer for over 40 years and …

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Our Favorite Responses

Drug Section What’s the going rate for what you’ve bought while at Harvard? “$15 for two pot brownies.” “$10/g of weed” “mostly been through friends so free” “40/eighth” (weed) “lol idk i get my drugs for free” “$75/ half Oz (weed)” “$25 for a THC cartridge. $120 for a half ounce of high quality bud” “60 for a quad from Harvard People, I buy off campus now” “200$ per ounce of weed” “i was just along the ride, i didn’t buy it for myself”   What’s been your wildest experience doing drugs, at or before Harvard? “Got really high and …

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My Oompah on Oktoberfest Activities 

A sampling of Cambridge’s Oktoberfest festivities.  By CLAIRE PARK  Oktoberfest officially starts when the lord mayor taps the first keg and announces, “O’ zapft is!” or “It’s tapped!” So how will you celebrate Oktoberfest?  Spectating while you’re out and about in the Square:  …

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