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Hyung W. Kim

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In The Meantime


When Mark J. Chiusano ’12 first asked me to riff for 600 to 800 words on “metempsychosis,” I first had ...



The youth basketball league in our town is known as Hoops—just that one single-syllable word, without any mention of the ...


Indoor Activity

It might’ve been the Puritans thinking that rotund bowling pins and massive balls would promote sloth and excess, but candlepin ...



Most students miss it—the sign outside on the sidewalk outside of the Kong indicating that there’s a nationally-renowned comedy club ...


Putting the “Heart” in Heartland

My spring break plans for this year: go home to see the family who, at an alarming rate, seem to ...

Freshman Survey: Part I

It’s been a rough start to the year, what with the loss of hot breakfast and that full week before


Thanks, But No Thanks

NEW ORLEANS, La. – One of the few days that we go out for lunch, we find ourselves waiting 45



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Alison F. Frank

Ever the inquisitive scholar, Associate Professor of History Alison F. Frank had the inspiration for a book while doing some

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Leaving the Locker Room

It’s been four years since Jeffrey C. Witt ’09 stood under the floodlights in his hometown stadium, playing amid the

The Cantab Wears Prada

For an entire week, the Mac Quad, home of frisbee and IM sports, has been dominated by a large, white

Sitting Out Election Night at Harvard

Tuesday, Nov. 4th, 8:40 p.m.: The Harvard Republican Club has no doubt that McCain can still win the presidency. As

Campaign Advisers Stress Israel's Security

Despite the charged nature of American foreign policy in the Middle East, last night’s debate at Harvard Hillel proved to

15 Questions with E. Denise Simmons

FM sat down with Cambridge Mayor E. Denise Simmons to chat about all things 02138: public education, town-gown relations, and

15 Questions with Seamus Heaney

Seamus Heaney, Nobel Laureate and former Harvard professor, recently returned to the Ivory Tower to read selections of his work.