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Speaking Singly, He Invokes a Nation's Conscience

"Thanks for putting up with me," Jonathan D. Springer '90 told his peers at Hillel's farewell banquet for seniors. They

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Champagne Parties on Beer Budgets

M Y FAMILY is ready. Two parents, two step-parents and a brother have requested three days off from work, adding

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To the Man Who Left Me Alone

I DON'T know your name, but I write this to you. Last night at about 2 a.m., I was walking

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Bell Says Blacks Spurred Evolution of Constitution

Black people, more than any other American group, were responsible for broadening the interpretation of the Constitution to protect individual

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Harvard Docs Find New Tumor Treatment

Doctors studying a common type of tumor at the Harvard-affiliated Dana Farber Cancer Institute have developed a treatment that has

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Student Markets 'Artwalks,' Guided Tour Cassette Tapes

It's the only tour guide you can turn on and off, regulate the volume of, and then store in your

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The QRR: A Harvard Rite of Passage

I TRIED TO think of it as an integral part of my education. I tried to think of it as

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High Court Upholds Capital Punishment

The Supreme Court, in a crushing defeat for opponents of capital punishment, ruled yesterday that state death penalty laws are

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Study Reexamines Effects of Cholesterol

Healthy nonsmokers with low blood pressure have little to gain by reducing the level of cholesterol in their diets, according

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MGH Proposes Group Venture

The Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) last month proposed to merge its land near North Station with property owned by

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Med Students Urge Divestment

More than half of the about 300 first and second-year medical students have signed a petition urging President Bok to

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Clubs Can Exclude Women

Princeton's two all-male eating clubs can exclude women as long as they separate themselves from the university, an administrative judge

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Surgeon General Talks on AIDS

More than 20,000 new cases of AIDS have been reported this year and those figures are expected to double by

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Men Are More Likely to Commit Suicide

Men in the United States commit suicide four times as frequently as women do, Douglas G. Jacobs, assistant professor of

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Condom Service Born at U.T.

What do pizzas, newspapers, and condoms have in common at the University of Texas? All three can be delivered right

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