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In an article written just before the election, Alec McGinnis noted in the Washington Post that, in addition to being

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Early last Monday morning, I offered to help a student group I belong to with a round of postering in

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As I suspiciously nosed my rented Corolla over the one-lane, open-grate bridge that crosses the Redbank River in Climax, Pennsylvania,

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Situations in Space

Like a troop ship launching into the night, the University last Thursday convened a scouting party to the future almost

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Notes On A Tire Swing

This afternoon, Harvard students will congregate in Tercentenary Theater for an orgy of hot dogs and background music. The administration

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Clinging to Utopia

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