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Radcliffe Yard in Spring
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How Harvard Becomes Home

As someone who is known for “hating” Harvard, I want to say that I love being here. And though I remain other, now, in many ways, I feel less so every day.

Booking It
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AROUND THE IVIES: First Week of Football Season Means A Clean Slate

Storylines abound as the first week of Ivy League football draws near. Harvard looks to overcome the graduation of its defensive backfield, Columbia tries to surmount its fan base and Cornell distances itself from Ithaca. These are our picks for this week's set of games.

Justice For Helmet Penalties?
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COLUMN: NFL's New Rule Changes Are Geared Towards Player Safety, Despite Fan Resistance

In March, the NFL approved a change to its policy on hits to the head. There is still no targeting rule in place, which in the college game results in an automatic ejection for any player who is deemed to have led with his helmet in making a hit. However, it appears as though the NFL is trending in that direction.

Consulting
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Rehumanizing 'Networking'

It was only in the late 1970s that the act of “networking” began to also apply to humans, in the modern sense of creating a system of contacts.

The Band at Convocation
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A Wrinkle in Harvard Time

It will be a challenge this semester to resist the current that bears us ceaselessly back into the past as Harvard Time wrinkles and the University’s next pages begin.

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Who Can Be ‘Racist’?

Consider the recent controversy involving Sarah Jeong, whose colorful tweets against white people were dug up after the New York Times’ editorial board hired her.

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Harvard Parties Aren’t That Bad

Bringing the final club scene to the masses, or opening up the door just a tiny bit wider, won’t cure our dissatisfaction with our social scene.

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Pyrrhic Victories Colored Purple

In many ways, the last 12 months have changed me profoundly. But in some ways, I’m the same. I’m still an optimist. I still believe in sisterhood. My favorite color is still purple.

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The Ethics of ‘Selling Out’

By reducing the dizzying variety of post-graduation pursuits to “selling out” versus “not selling out," we obscure the real ethical distinctions.

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Learning to Remove Insult from Injury

Just like that, my ACL ruptured, and the very tenets of my identity came undone.

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Not Diverse Just Yet

I bought into “brochure” Harvard, and to a large degree, I still do. But to become what the University presents itself as in its advertisements, it must begin to commit to diversity with a multicultural center.

What a Time to Be American
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What a Time to Be American

What a Time to Be American
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What a Time to Be American

It is just as well that the United States didn’t send a team to the World Cup, because it’s been incredibly hard this summer to cheer on America in the international sphere.

Queer Eye for the Small-Minded Guy
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Queer Eye for the Small-Minded Guy

My season of “Queer Eye” would do what the Netflix revamp of the show intends to do: challenge bigoted views surrounding queerness.

Queer Eye for the Small-Minded Guy
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Queer Eye for the Small-Minded Guy

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