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Serena Jampel

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‘The White Man’s College’: How Antisemitism Shaped Harvard’s Legacy Admissions

A Harvard education has the ability to change someone’s life, and, when leveraged properly, to influence the course of the nation. But as legacy admissions favor the children of alumni — who are disproportionately white and wealthy to begin with — many are left questioning the degree to which the University can truly act as an engine of change.

Shit-faced Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth’ Review: A Night of Drunken Drama

While only one cast member was inebriated, the rest of the cast was undeniably under the influence of her antics. Shit-faced Shakespeare's "Macbeth" allows laughter and chaos to take center stage, leaving behind the somber complexity of the traditional tragedy.

A Not-So-Fair Verona

Local traditions surrounding young Juliet’s statue speak more to an undercurrent of misogyny than the quest for a love that conquers all.

Let’s Go: Gone at 63

“Let’s Go” was a travel guide written and produced by student members of Harvard Student Agencies. Today, it has all but disappeared from travelers’ pockets, from the internet, and from Harvard’s campus.

Become a Boba Shop To Get Into Harvard — by Your Friendly HSA College Tutor

It’s getting harder and harder to get into Harvard. Forget about all the stress that comes with crafting the perfect application and simply secure your spot by becoming a boba shop. You’ll find your way into every single classroom in no time.

'Solito' Review: Is Empathy Enough?

As Zamora narrates the hardships he survived, the reader is left to grapple with the enormity of his situation and its apparent hopelessness.

'Derry Girls' Review: Season Three's Triumph Through Troubles

The beauty of “Derry Girls” is that it never tries to find an answer: Its three seasons have captivated viewers with stories of bold, anxious, hilarious, awkward, and earnest teens as they experience the messed-up, beautiful world around them.