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Wielding Aid Against Democracy

As the hard-line Hamas government holds its first cabinet meetings, it is legally necessary and morally proper to reassess American

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Propaganda’s Hidden Cost

On the heels of the news that a Pentagon contractor pays Iraqi journalists to write and print articles sympathetic to

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People, Not Parrots

If you put an infinite number of monkeys in front of an infinite number of typewriters, would any of them

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Concentrating on Food

Last fall, almost a quarter of the undergraduate population participated in the Entrée Preference Survey conducted by Harvard University Dining

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Stealing America's Civil Liberties

Although the war to topple Saddam is winding down, the war on terror rumbles on. And while American forces won

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Stick to the Roadmap

As U.S. and British forces mop up the last remnants of Saddam’s regime, the Middle East is moving towards a

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Teaching For America

This past fall, a record 5,500 people applied to Teach For America (TFA), offering to spend the next two years

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Ascending the Heavens

The breakup of the Space Shuttle Columbia came as a complete shock to America as we woke up on Saturday

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Trade Ideas, Not Accusations

Over the last few years, student minority groups and college newspapers haven’t meshed particularly well together. In March 2001, when

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Pocketbook Patriotism

Apparently, advocates of the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) have been using the wrong tactics all this time. Instead of

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The Ultimate End

BEDFORD, Mass.—When Chief Justice Earl Warren wrote for a unanimous Supreme Court in 1954 that “separate educational facilities are inherently

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The Misuse of Race

Race is a dying idea. The division of humans into races, like the Aristotelian division of matter into the four

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Tolkien’s Saga Rings True Once Again

When The Fellowship of the Ring is released on Dec. 19, a new generation will be introduced to the fantastic

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Dissent: Don’t Keep Threats Hidden

The staff is right to wish for more specific information about the possible nature of future attacks and ways in

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Terrorists Are Made, Not Born

Over the past weeks, Americans have almost unanimously approved of President George W. Bush’s bombing of Afghanistan. This strong reaction

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
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Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

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