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Trading the Law for Academia

When he arrived at Harvard four years ago, Gonzalo C. Martinez '98 wanted to be a lawyer and hadn't even

Not Just a Musician, Ryan Leslie Does It All

H e doesn't have a high school diploma, he has lived in at least a dozen cities and he creates

Straying From the Path

W hen I was accepted to Harvard, everyone I told had the same response: "Wow! You got into Harvard?" I

Students Report Repetitive Stress Injury After Problem Set

A recent assignment in Computer Sciences 50: "Introduction to Computer Sciences I" strained more than just the minds of some

Will the Year 2000 Create A Computer Crisis?

I magine returning to school in January 2000, and the heat in your house does not work, the elevator--if you

Police Storm Quincy Courtyard, Arrest Suspect

Harvard police officers stormed Quincy House courtyard last night and apprehended a man who had allegedly attempted to snatch a

MAC Gets Windfall From Anonymous Donor

Long waits for a StairMaster may be at an end at the Malkin Athletic Center(MAC). Through a donation by an

Fewer People Apply To Med Schools

Uncertainly over the future of medicine and the rigors of medical school admission has led students to think twice about

K-School Establishes China Connection

The Kennedy School of Government announced the establishment of a joint program with the National School of Administration in the

Just What the Doctor Ordered

The road to medical school is often paved with difficulties, but the advising system at Harvard is designed to make

AMERICA OFF-line

After being threatened with law-suits by customers across the country angry at the increasing difficulty of getting on-line, America Online

NEWS FOR THE WEEKEND

A police rap sheet probably wouldn't look very good on an application for the Rhodes. And John T. Kaden '97

VP of South Africa Speaks at IOP

South Africa's executive deputy president told an audience of 350 last night that participation in government and involvement in global

Students Dismiss Marijuana Study Results

If you walk around the river houses on a Saturday night, students say, you can smell the odor of marijuana

'Ec 10' Tops Chart Of Largest Classes

The nail-biting finish never materialized this year. Unlike last year, when Social Analysis 10: "Principles of Economics" beat out Literature

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