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D espite the fact that we are again in the midst of an Undergraduate Council popular presidential election, readers have

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I have to admit that it did not strike me as that big a deal at first. As I was

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In the course of two weeks, The Crimson published one editorial, four letters to the editor and two follow-up articles,

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The title seemed like something out of a political satire magazine: "Marshals Say Race Not Issue: Personality Cited." It made

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For anyone who has read The Crimson so far this year, one thing that was hard to miss was the

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In an open letter to the Harvard community that appeared in the September 17 issue, Todd F. Braunstein '97, The

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Some of you may remember seeing the advertisements in The Crimson two weeks ago. In sprawling letters occupying the lower

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