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Articles by Beatrice Igne-Bianchi

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In Haimorium

News, Mar 18 2010

by Beatrice Igne-Bianchi

Corey Haim, the 1980s child star-cum-dorky-boyish-heartthrob, suddenly passed away last Wednesday at a hospital in Burbank, California. He was only 38. …

Week in Review

News, Mar 04 2010

by Beatrice Igne-Bianchi

Bummer, HummerLet the obituaries begin. Reminisce the prom queen’s misfortune when her Hummer limo ran out of gas and when you …

Week in Review

News, Feb 11 2010

by Beatrice Igne-Bianchi

Looking good is the best revengeA young woman in China is considering extensive plastic surgery to remodel herself as Jessica Alba, …

Super Biased Sunday

Week in Review, Feb 04 2010

by Beatrice Igne-Bianchi

The Saints and the Colts will not be the only teams going head-to-head this Super Bowl Sunday: the perennially controversial abortion …

Thincentive

Week in Review, Feb 04 2010

by Beatrice Igne-Bianchi

To kick off the new year, and perhaps get people to stick with resolutions to drop a few, Whole Foods Market …

Universities in Review

News, Nov 19 2009

by Beatrice Igne-Bianchi

Wesleyan’s Street CredThis semester, Wesleyan expanded their course offerings to men committed to both hitting the books and jail time. The …

Week In Review

Fish, The Wire, Brazil

News, Nov 12 2009

by Beatrice Igne-Bianchi

Red herring veto In an effort to help the Ocean State stay true to its name,Governor Carcieri vetoed legislation last week …

Brazilian beaches ain't ballin

News, Nov 12 2009

by Beatrice Igne-Bianchi

Come December 1, Rio de Janeiro’s sandy white beaches will no longer be venues for pick-up soccer games. Currently, hundreds of …

Harvard Goes Hard

News, Nov 12 2009

by Beatrice Igne-Bianchi

Watching episodes of the 2001-2005 hit HBO series The Wire will be homework for some Harvard undergraduates enrolled in a new …

Dressed to Suppress

News, Oct 29 2009

by Beatrice Igne-Bianchi

Last week, the private all-male, historically black Morehouse College introduced a new dress code that bans its students from wearing what …

Week In Review 10/22/09

Rhode Island's rankings and French Vogue's rank styling

News, Oct 22 2009

by Maggie Lange & Beatrice Igne-Bianchi

Rank There are all sorts of lists: to-do lists, wish lists, guest lists, hit-lists, pro andconlists. Lists can be funny (McSweeney’s), …

The Comeback Kid

socialist victory in Greece

News, Oct 09 2009

by Beatrice Igne-Bianchi

Greece’s socialist Pasok party celebrated a landslide election victory onSunday. The current center-right government was hurt by a growing economic crisis …

No Sex in the TV Room

late night television replaces sex in India

News, Oct 05 2009

by Beatrice Igne-Bianchi

In an effort to curb baby-making in India, the government is implementing a new form of population control: late-night television. India's …

Blazin' & Legislatin'

Mexico and Argentina decriminalize drogas

News, Sep 28 2009

by Beatrice Igne-Bianchi

Since August, Latin American nations have begun to reduce penalties for possession of small amounts of controlled and illegal substances. The …

HITTING MARY JANE NO LONGER MAKES YOU A CRIMINAL: MASSACHUSETTS'S QUESTION 2 DECRIMINALIZES MARIJUANA POSESSION

News, Nov 13 2008

by Beatrice Igne-Bianchi

Last Tuesday, 65 percent of Massachusetts voters passed a ballot measure decriminalizing the possession of an ounce or less of marijuana. …

WEEK IN REVIEW

News, Nov 06 2008

by Beatrice Igne-Bianchi

CHEATERS GET NO SYMPATHY IN SOUTH KOREALast Thursday, the Constitutional Court in South Korea upheld a 55-year-old adultery law that can …