David B. Lat

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Outside These Ivied Walls

F or many of the students graduating today, it is most fitting that the Commencement ceremonies take place inside Harvard

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Rudeness Runs Amok

T he expression "The customer is always right" is a commonly heard one, but it is even more commonly misunderstood.

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WHAT TO DO, WHAT TO DO?

The time of year at Harvard that brings out the greatest amount of intellectual effort from students is exam period.

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For Debate's Sake

Not too long ago, I received a one-line e-mail message from a Crimson reader containing a single question: "Do you

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Students Should Shut Up

Let's conduct a thought experiment. What would life at Harvard be like if students were in control? Things would be

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Imposing Morality Is Fun

Last week, Ireland voted to end its ban on divorce by a painfully narrow margin. This disappointing development may indicate

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Radcliffe Still Sexist

I am glad to see that Radcliffe is finally giving up the pretense of being a real college. I also

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The End Is Near

Pre-meds fly off to different corners of the country for medical school interviews, giving their roommates a brief respite from

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Stay In That Closet

For years we have been told by members of the gay community about the discrimination that they face in a

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All Is Fair In Poster Wars

After a long slumber, it appears that the Harvard campus is waking up from its apathy. The Yard is alive

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A Material World

What do thinkers as different as Adam Smith, Karl Marx and Madonna have in common? The intuitive answer: absolutely nothing.

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LOWELL'S HOUSE

On Thursday, the Harvard community was treated to a visit by former Connecticut Governor Lowell P. Weicker Jr. In case

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The Powell Doctrine

We are still over a year away from the presidential election, but it appears that most campaigns are already in

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Dole Fights the Good Fight

S ince accusing Hollywood of playing a role in accelerating the moral decay of the United States, Senate majority leader

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More Power to the NRA

Contrary to the common caricature, not all NRA members are crazed, government-hating militia members. Many members are simply law-abiding citizens,

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