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Kate A Borowitz

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For The Moment

FM Suggests: The Pudding’s Next Big Show

The Wizard of Gauze


A True Underdog Story

I should have been studying for my final, but after flipping through what must have been hundreds of different pictures ...

For The Moment

Tough Love with Rat and Cat

Harvard’s Premier (And Only) Love Advice Column

David Sedaris
In The Meantime

15 Questions with David R. Sedaris

David R. Sedaris, author of such popular collections of stories as “Holidays On Ice,” “Me Talk Pretty One Day,” and ...

In The Meantime

15 Questions with Jonathan Safran Foer

Jonathan Safran Foer, the critically acclaimed author of “Everything is Illuminated” and “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close” has turned his ...

For The Moment

15 Books in FM's Lamont-Worthy Collection

Each year, three lucky Harvard students cash in big—in the most unlikely of ways. The Visiting Committee Prize for Undergraduate ...

Harvard Men, Seeking Men Online

“Harvard senior, just back from the bars.... looking for something now and on campus” reads one post under the “men

One Unhappy Camper

By now, Class of 2013 FOP veterans, you will have dropped your 40-pound backpacks, washed off your tarps, and showered

Oh, the Places You'll Go!

WHAT’S THIS ALL ABOUT? Tucked away on Claverly’s ground floor is an elusive organization that remains foreign to many students

Rolling Stone: “Voice of Change”

The publisher of Rolling Stone magazine vehemently denied that print media was becoming obsolete before a crowd of eager students

Fifteen Questions with Evan Mast from Ratatat

Ratatat’s music may at times seem otherworldly or robotic, but behind the electronic beats is the soft-spoken, sarcastic, and gracious

Professors Discuss Financial Crisis

The unprecedented level of global interdependence deepened the U.S. recession, but there is light at the end of the tunnel,

Get Down, Light Up

Who would be brash enough to host a Bernie Madoff Appreciation Dinner? The members of Friday Night Lights, a group

Door Dropped: The EL Word Exposes Eliot’s “Elite”

Does Eliot House have enough drama to sustain its very own gossip blog? One Harvard student, who chooses to remain