Steven Reed

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Cox: A Modest Man Becomes a Hero

For Richard Nixon, the fateful moment of his career probably arrived on the night of October 19, 1973, when a

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Afro Center Will Remain Open Without Money From Harvard

The Harvard-Radcliffe Afro-American Cultural Center will remain open at least through the summer despite the University's refusal of its requests

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Out of Town News to Refund Money For Papers Missed Over Christmas

The major distributor of newspapers at Harvard will offer a cash refund to subscribers who missed several deliveries the week

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The Promised Land

A N AMERICAN MYTH holds that we all descended from those brave immigrants who, in whatever time and for whatever

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Women Still Mad At HEW

Final federal acceptance two weeks ago of Harvard's affirmative action hiring plan hardly stilled the three-year chorus of calls for

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Princeton Picks Up Harvard Reject

For over 200 years, Princeton has provided a haven for Harvard rejects. This week, an undergraduate club at Princeton decided

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The Lowest Stage of Socialism

Imperialism is capitalism in that stage of development in which the domination of monopolies and finance capital has established itself;

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The Honors Major Sweepstakes

The first day of his freshman year, John Norwalk asked his two roommates what they intended to major in. Government,

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Middle East Flares Up Again

Almost no one predicted the out-break of fighting which erupted in the Middle East Saturday and predictions and reports from

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Who Is Archie Cox?

H ARVARD MEN had a good deal to do with the establishment of the American form of government. Harvard has

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McCord Testifies Before Senate Panel

Convicted Watergate conspirator James W. McCord Jr. testified before the Senate hearings today that when he agreed to wiretap the

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New Graduate Aid Policy Is Official

Despite student opposition and the reservations of many department chairmen, the Administration's plan for aid to graduate students became official

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Tuition's Still Going Up

It seems there's only one thing more predictable than death and taxes--the annual Harvard tuition, room and board increase. In

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American Dream Machine

Producer Craig Gilbert's television documentary "An American Family" was an ambitious project; nothing quite like it had ever been tried.

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Hayden Sees Continued Antiwar Role

The antiwar movement must still play a crucial role in educating Americans about Vietnam antiwar activists Lom Hayden and Jane

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Art House

Youth Homelessness in the Square
Harvard Square

For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

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Arts

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance