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Gossip Guy

...Some may have thought that last FM’s revelation of the secret identity of Gossip Guy ’03 meant that the Guy

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The FM Way: Fifteen Steps to Self-Improvement

One hundred years ago last month, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Class of 1904, was picked to be president of the 30th

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Giving Thanks

Like millions of other people around the country last week, I jetted off to be with my family for Thanksgiving.

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Jive-Ass Turkey

Who is this man, in his most flattering colonial Stetson, who is such a surprising likeness? Am I a pilgrim

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Harry and Me

My friend Julia and I leave the table at the Mexican restaurant, say goodbye to a group of teenagers and

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Have You Seen This Man? (Are You Sure?)

“I am an invisible man. No, I am not a spook like those who haunted Edgar Allan Poe; nor am

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Jesus, Etc.

Smiling in all-knowing way, the Rev. Peter J. Gomes wags an authoritative finger at me and diagnoses, “You’ve got a

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Fairies in the Cafeteria

“It’s really a miracle that you came out this normal,” he says. It’s freshman year and I’m trying to tell

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Elementary Vietnamese

On July 27, sometime past 11 a.m., my sister Suzanne and I were cruising down an unnamed tributary of the

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Life In Vogue

I was the lowest of the low in the fashion hierarchy. Surrounded by a mountain of ruffles, an abundance of

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$18 Billion and No HBO?

Many questions still had to be answered before I would be able to sit down and watch the season opener

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Drinky-Drink

1. Start with your choice of grains depending on the flavor of beer desired. You can try malted barley, wheat,

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Aftertaste

My mother is a sweet-toothed snob. She doesn’t waste her time, or caloric intake, on low-quality chocolate. She is a

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Forget-Me-Nots

I boycotted the Senior Kickoff at the Kong. Mine was a silent protest against the perverse notion of celebrating a

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Transatlantic or Bi-Polar?

On an overcast, chilly day in Allston that seemed ideal for little except a long and lazy nap, a number

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