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When will the water stop?
Student Life

The Crimson Weatherboard's Weekly Weather Review

I’d stay home and babysit my sister while mother would go off and sweat on sad middle-aged men who weren’t my father. The sweat would bead like rain drops on a car window.

On Campus

The Crimson WeatherBoard’s Weekly Weather Review

This week in last week’s weather, we talk about the weather from last week: A real meteorologist predicted that this week’s weather would be “mostly pleasant.”

On Campus

The Crimson Weatherboard’s Weekly Weather Review

Aggregate score: 7.9 ½ out of 10.

A Rainy Shopping Period
On Campus

The Crimson Weatherboard’s Weekly Weather Review

Every good news source needs a good weather team.

College

How to Find a Date for Formal

Need a date to formal? Let FM help you choose your path to a date fit to remember.

"Grand"iose Laughs
In The Meantime

It Takes Two: William V. Bergstrom ’13 and Anne-Marit Bergstrom

In 2004, William V. Bergstrom ’13 wrote a creative essay for an English class which he later published as a picture book. His grandmother, Anne-Marit “Mumsel” Bergstrom illustrated the book, called “The Magic Telescope.”

Hey Professor: Laurence Tribe
Religion

Hey, Laurence H. Tribe ’62: Carl M. Loeb Professor of Constitutional Law

On Feb. 7, Proposition 8, a Calif. provision that banned same-sex marriage, was deemed unconstitutional by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Does this ruling mean that the panel is upholding the constitutionality of same-sex marriage? If not, why does the Ninth Circuit panel stop short of declaring same-sex marriage constitutional?

Handshake Challenge
On Campus

Handshake Challenge

With the tourists out of Harvard Yard for the Occupy movement, some Harvard students have forgotten what it's like to walk through the Yard and be surrounded by strangers. Libby Coleman '15 and Andrew White '14 embraced the unknown before the shutdown, and challenged each other to a hand-shaking marathon, strangers only. Check it out!

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