Though we often treat eating as a joyless obstacle, being social during meals is especially important to our college experience and the development of good relationships.
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Harvard students should follow the example of Jeremy Lin
Does a wooden wind-up cowboy really have three movies worth of material in him? Surprisingly, yes. I thoroughly enjoyed Toy Story 3, and only wish that Woody, Buzz, and the others would stop being such, well, toys. Toy Story 3 takes place around ten years after the second movie. Andy, the toy’s young owner, is about to head off to ... Read More
Can black politicians transcend race? Barack Obama was an unlikely standard-bearer for black politicians. He did not work his way up through the ranks of the black establishment and his ties to the old guard of black politics like Jesse Jackson or John Lewis are tenuous and recent. His political presentation is not traditionally “black,” but as the broader appeal ... Read More