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Jennifer 8. Lee '98-'99, pictured here in a courtesy photo, has thus far declined to divulge her plans after leaving the Times.

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From Harvard to... Well, Fake Harvard

Some people graduate from Harvard and escape to Hollywood. Former Eliot House resident Rashida L. Jones '97 has been forced ...

Harvard Law School

Court Strikes Fair Use Claim

Boston University graduate student Joel Tenenbaum will pay a $675,000 fine to the Recording Industry Association of America for illegally ...

Women's Squash

Its Never Too Late to Apologize

Being in love means never having to say you’re sorry, sure. But being President of a prominent university—or country— means ...

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Say It Ain't So...

It wasn’t a “Flat Tire” nor a broken “Hash Pipe,” but rather an unfortunate patch of ice. An untimely crash ...

Student Groups

TLR Debate, Continued...in a National Forum?

Wondering what has been happening with True Love Revolution since October's blowup?

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Strong Harvard Showing in Foreign Policy's Top 100 Thinkers

It's no surprise to most people that Harvard produces cutting edge thinkers. And so when Foreign Policy Magazine published its ...

Central Administration

Faust Embraces African Education

University President Drew G. Faust announced a collaborative effort with a South African university to improve the country’s education systems last Thursday during a six-day trip there, the first time a sitting University president has travelled to the African continent.

Thanksgiving in Falmouth
Harvard in the World

Thanksgiving in Falmouth

In the kitchen, local psychiatrist and annual Thanksgiving guest Bill (need last name, will email) munches on spring rolls while chatting with Schouten and his son. The spring rolls, an annual favorite at the Schouten's Thanksgiving dinner, were made by the family of Crimson photo editor Kevin H. Lin.

Thanksgiving in Falmouth
Harvard in the World

Thanksgiving in Falmouth

Hans Schouten heats up Thanksgiving dinner dishes he prepared earlier in the day, such as mashed potatoes, glazed red onions, and carrot-ginger puree. A geophysicist and talented cook living in Falmouth, MA, Schouten and his family have hosted large Thanksgiving gatherings in their home for over 20 years.

Thanksgiving in Falmouth
Harvard in the World

Thanksgiving in Falmouth

One of the highlights of the meal is Schouten's famous stuffing layered turkey, which he proudly slices up for each of the diners. To prepare the turkey, he opened up the turkey and took out the breast meat and breastbone, then layered the stuffing and the breast meat to create the unique pattern seen in each slice.

Thanksgiving in Falmouth
Harvard in the World

Thanksgiving in Falmouth

Thanksgiving dinner host Hans Schouten busies himself in his rustic New England kitchen chopping green beans for one of the last dishes to be made. He and his family have hosted Thanksgiving dinners at their house for over 20 years.

Thanksgiving in Falmouth
Harvard in the World

Thanksgiving in Falmouth

Guests crowd into the cozy kitchen to fill their plates with the delicious Thanksgiving spread. The food ranged from the traditional turkey, green beans, and mashed potatoes to more unique fare, including mashed lima beans and pork potstickers.

Thanksgiving in Falmouth
Harvard in the World

Thanksgiving in Falmouth

Old and new friends, totalling 25 guests, gather around the candle-lit table in anticipation of the delicous-smelling dinner.

Harvard in the World

Dantoon (No, Not a Parody of 'Lampoon')

As if Harvard students needed more ways to procrastinate, Teymour Shahabi '06 recently launched Dantoon, a site that he calls "the world's first search engine of thoughts."

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