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Syria Later

In recent weeks, tens of thousands of peaceful Lebanese demonstrators have taken to the streets in and around central Beirut’s

Pain and Hope in the West Bank

The meaning of Yasir Arafat’s death to the Palestinians was best witnessed at his burial Friday in the West Bank.

Protests are Politics Too

Since four Harvard seniors were arrested at a protest against the Fair Trade Agreement of the Americas in Miami two

Cooking Up Fair Employment

During Adams House’s annual Halloween Drag Night this October, a scene played out in the House’s kitchen that has resulted

Congress Passes the Gravy

With the passage of last week’s Medicare bill, the Republican party has produced a political monstrosity that can only be


Megan I. Creydt ’03-’04 House: Leverett Concentration: History Hometown: Watertown, Wis. Ideal date: I’d be happy with 40s and a

Bad Trend Alert!

The most mortifying moment in cinema history came not from a gratuitously violent slasher flick, but rather in the opening

Department, Correct Yourself

Every year, around 100 Harvard Law School students take time out of their schedules to volunteer as prison advocates in

The Day the Music Dies

Fresh, entertaining and colorful, the street musicians who perform in local Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) stations provide commuters with

Mental Health Awareness

Many Harvard students often feel overwhelmed, but symptoms such as diminished interest in activities, chronic fatigue and unintended weight loss

A Toast to Drinking on Sundays

Whether grudgingly returning to campus after some precious time spent at home, shamelessly bearing witness to the Patriots’ eighth-consecutive win

Opening the Doors to Marriage

For decades, Massachusetts has enjoyed a peculiar double reputation for political affiliations. The Commonwealth is both the Puritan colony of

Acting Unwise on Solomon

Last week, University President Lawrence H. Summers reiterated his support for equal opportunity in the military. “We all look forward

Pumping Up House Gyms

Students waging the perpetual fight against flab can soon look forward to significant aid from University Hall. The announcement last

A Tragic Script

The American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE) made an important decision last week to withhold a $55,000 grant from Hampton