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In Defense of the South

There are myriad possibilities to alert Harvard students that civilization extends beyond the blue-state borders.

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Rocket Science

The success of the new moon program can now be used by policymakers in arguing for both increasing the number of graduates in the math and sciences as well as improving the quality of those programs.

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Election Day Apathy

Ultimately, we should vote in local elections not only because they affect us tremendously, but also because it’s our responsibility as citizens of a democracy.

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Crimson Wisdoms

MIT: President Obama visited our sister college down Mass. Ave. last week, giving a speech on clean energy and reminding Techies that Nobel Prizes do exist outside chemistry.

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The Occidental Tourist

Critics, take note: Tightly crafted prose and lofty moral sentiments may have their place, but what really matters at the end of the day is the number of times a text mentions camels.

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Just Cheer

Shuttle service isn’t the only thing being scaled back this year.

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Hey Mr. DJ

When you’re driving down that highway well past 1 a.m. and the lanes are empty as your headlights cut through the night, there’s nothing like knowing that somewhere, far away, you’ve got company.

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Ignorance Is This

Taking a strong position on more than a few issues requires either making a snap judgment based more on ideology than on reasoned analysis or trusting someone else—an expert or a leader—to do the hard work of forming your opinion for you.

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Under Your Umbrella

Umbrellas belong to a special class of items. They are vastly useful to everyone, but, unlike their size-specific cousin, the raincoat, they are not individualized.

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Truth and Fictions

Every time one believes that the absurdity of Fox’s behavior has reached its acme, it surpasses itself by redefining what is truly absurd, at times even devolving into hysterics.

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Protecting American Education

It’s not often that a six-year-old can claim to be a spokesperson for education reform, but spokesperson is exactly what ...

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Bright Lights, Big Pity

I don’t recall the exact moment that New York City became a part of my cultural consciousness, but for as ...

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In Good Faith

I never thought, as a 10-year-old, that when my mother took my sister and me to church every Sunday so ...

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Broken Olive Branches

A stern looking Armenian minister shook the hand of his smiling Turkish counterpart as cameras flashed and onlookers cheered: Such ...

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Sickly Sweet

As more and more Americans join health-food aficionados in regarding high fructose corn syrup as basically poison and more and more consumers choose products that don’t contain it, the CRA faces a crisis in the making.

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