Lucy M. Caldwell

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Talk We Don’t Need

In the spirit of springtime renewal, a Harvard student group recently got a facelift. Harvard Men Against Rape re-launched itself

Barack Like Me

Far be it from Harvard students to put aside political mindedness on account of preparing for final exams. Hundreds of

Lessons From Mumbai

CORRECTION APPENDED Thanksgiving was rocked by the news from Mumbai, India: A small gang of terrorists had wreaked havoc on

Misguided Activism

Elation over Barack Obama’s victory two weeks ago was dampened by less good news for left-leaning voters, as same-sex marriage

So Long, Johnny

And so Barack Obama has won the 2008 election. No one should be surprised. In the past several months, we

Contemplating the Crash

As the economic meltdown worsens, hundreds of Harvard seniors find themselves in a jam as they scramble to secure postgraduate

Speaking Truth To Test Scores

Dean of Admissions for Harvard College William R. Fitzsimmons ’67 surprised many in the academic community in September when he

Dissenting Opinion: Safety After Dark

The Crimson Staff is correct in its assessment that students ought to take personal precautions in unsafe times. This is

Right, Where You Least Expect It

Last week, the California Supreme Court voted 4-3 to recognize same-sex marriage. The decision makes the state the second in

Ars Gratia Artis?

A few hundred miles away in New Haven, the prospect of menstrual blood and zygote parts is raising eyebrows. Aliza

Conservatives Keep Cool

I happened to wake up last Friday in the wee hours of the morning when my phone buzzed, notifying me

The Collective Identity

CORRECTION APPENDED Yesterday was Housing Day at Harvard, a day in which earnest freshmen feel either doom or delight. Delight

Are Jocks Necessary?

[CORRECTION APPENDED] Harvard basketball coach Tommy Amaker has come under fire this week for supposedly dubious recruiting practices. According to

No Boys Allowed

Harvard men wishing to pump iron have fewer places to do so, thanks to a recent policy implemented by the

Our Not-So-Secret Lives

It’s said the holiday season is a time for giving and sharing—The Harvard Radcliffe Christian Fellowship (HRCF) seems to have