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One Night With Paris: Socialite Parties with Spee Boys and ’Poonsters

“I love you,” Paris Hilton told a crowd of partiers last night. “Let’s party our [expletive] asses off.” And party

Undergrad in Need of Bone Marrow

CORRECTIONS APPENDED Samuel R. Cross ’07 urgently needs a bone marrow transplant, and fellow students, House masters, and his fencing

The Year Ahead: Rashes, Refreshments, and Naked Runs

Congratulations. You’re one of the one-in-nine applicants to make it in, and one of the four-in-five to take fair Harvard

The Wonderful World of Dog Exploitation

If you get done with exams early, make your way out into Boston, but be careful if you make your

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HRC, Dems Debate, Point-Blank

In an era of venomous partisan rancor in Washington, the Harvard College Democrats and the Harvard Republican Club (HRC) sorted

Ruling on Felipe's Delayed

Whether Felipe’s Taqueria will be able to keep its doors open until 4 a.m. on weekends will hang in the


The Game Rendered Historic by Exciting Finish, Not Solid Execution

NEW HAVEN—I think I almost died on Saturday. It wasn’t hypothermia acquired from four hours of sitting in an exposed

No. 11: Deep Pockets, Easy Grants

They say Harvard smells like money, and with $25 billion in the bank, the University can’t help but agree. Still,

SCENE & HEARD: The Breakfast Club: A.M. at ABP

On a spurious tip that local constables frequent a certain table at Harvard’s newly 24/7 Au Bon Pain, FM rises


Fresh Faces Help Furnish Win

Junior tailback Clifton Dawson didn’t put up his customary huge numbers, failing to reach the century mark in rushing yards


Harvard Dominates Lions

The 55-7 final score wasn’t the only statistic that the Harvard football team held by overwhelming margin at the end


STRAIGHT CLOWNIN': Loss Never Should Have Been

As the last seconds ticked off the clock in Harvard’s 27-24 loss to Princeton on Saturday, the atmosphere in Harvard


Going for Two

On second-and-10 with 7:46 left in the first half of Brown’s 31-28 win over Princeton last week, Bears’ tailback Nick


Playing From Behind Not an Effective Strategy

Harvard football may be slow to get rolling, but once it lumbers into motion, it has a lot of momentum


Devlin Qualifies for National Championships

Yale freshman Jane Macky led the field early this weekend at the New England women’s singlehanded qualifying regatta, but in