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Spend What You Raise

In the crowded battle for the Democratic presidential nomination, two contenders have renounced public campaign funding this month. Former Vermont

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Another Blowout in New Haven

After 302 years of being second-best, Yalies should be used to taking what Harvard gives them—cooperatively and without complaint. But

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Free Speech First

A woman’s right to choose is a crucial freedom; we strongly believe in abortion rights and stand with those who

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Drop (the Cost of) Knowledge

Many publishers, including the three major players in the collegiate textbook market—Pearson, McGraw Hill and Thomson—charge students in America twice

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Back With the Facts

In a continuing effort to improve study abroad participation at Harvard, Director of the Office International Programs Jane Edwards recently

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Fluid Fluency

The Department of African and African American Studies has found a creative way to offer students a wide array of

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Seeing Gates' Vision

When Chair of the Afro-American Studies Department Henry Louis “Skip” Gates Jr. turned down offers to leave for Princeton last

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Nobel Laureate Biochemist Bloch Dies

Konrad Emil Bloch, 88, a Harvard University professor emeritus of biochemistry, died of congestive heart failure on Oct. 15. He

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Of Grime and the River

The communication in regard to purchasing the lands along the banks of the Charles River and turning them into a

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Transatlanticism

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I Am Not at a Cafe

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Away in Argentina

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Land of Fog