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A major popularity contest

A group of economics students huddle around a table, analyzing last night’s problem set, throwing around terms like “consumer surplus” and “law of diminishing returns… Read More...

Hadaya Jewelry: The centerpiece of Israeli tourist shopping

HADAYA: Adina Weissman ‘12 displays the three pieces of Hadaya jewelry that she purchased during her 9 months in Israel last year. Hadaya jewelry is traditionally made from either gold or silver, and usually has a personal message engraved on it. Adina has messages engraved on each of her pieces. Her ring reads “you’ll always be in my heart,” in reference to her four grandparents. Her bracelet reads “there’s no friend like a sister and no sister like my sister,” dedicated to her sister Temma. Her necklace reads “God will protect you from all evil, He will guard your soul.”<br /><br /><i>PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot</i>

Adina Weissman ‘12 displays the three pieces of Hadaya jewelry that she purchased during her 9 months in Israel last year. Hadaya jewelry is traditionally made from either gold

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Freshmen twins preform gymnastics on horseback

When the sport of volleyball was originally founded in 1895 in a nearby Massachusetts YMCA, it was hailed as an ingenious combination of tennis and handball. American football dr… Read More...

The Art of Dorm Storming

The sounds of a first-year residence hall on a Monday evening: the tapping of laptop keys, the slow and reluctant flipping of an Economics book’s pages, the beeping of a printer a… Read More...

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