Daniel P. Krauthammer

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Straightening The Leftward Lean

By Daniel P. Krauthammer It’s no secret that the world of academia—Harvard included—has a decidedly leftward lean. Not even liberals

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The Meaning of the Mandate

On November 2, voters firmly and resoundingly endorsed George W. Bush for a second term as President of the United

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Jones Accepts Award With Speech on Racism

Upon first speaking into the microphone last night, one of the world’s best known actors had to step back from

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Yo-Yo Ma To Recieve Arts Medal

World-renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma ’76 was named last week as the recipient of the 10th annual Harvard Arts Medal, an

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