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HARVARD'S HERO

Every American who heard about the April 19 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oaklahoma City reacted

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Law School Graduates Form Public Interest Foundation

Several members of the Harvard Law School class of 1958 announced yesterday that they are launching a new public interest

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Professor Refutes Charges

Tyler Professor of Constitutional Law Laurence H. Tribe '62 defended himself this weekend against charges brought against him in a

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Tribe Sued For Fraud, Slander, Negligence

A New York lawyer is suing Tyler Professor of Constitutional Law Laurence H. Tribe '62 and Harvard Law School for

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DAS Gains Professor

Anthony G. Evans, a materials science expert, has accepted a tenure offer in the Division of Applied Sciences, department officials

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BEER, MONSTER TRUCKS, AND THE HARVARD LAW SCHOOL COUNCIL

Say goodbye to political bickering as we know it. Put aside those law books and clear out of Langdell's stuffy

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Law School Building Named for Lewis

At a ceremony attended by approximately 250 yesterday, the Law School's International Legal Studies building was renamed the Reginald F.

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Law School Shines in National Spotlight

Spring Break was a busy time for Law School professors, as three of them argued cases before the Supreme Court.

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Hill Urges More Work Against Sexual Harassment in America

Anita V. Hill urged Americans, and law students in particular, to work harder to deal with this country's sexual harassment

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Students Protest For Mackinnon

About 25 law students held a silent vigil yesterday outside a meeting in which the faculty was reportedly voting on

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Edley May Not Return to HLS

Professor of Law Christopher F. Edley Jr, who has taken a leave of absence to serve in the Clinton administration,

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Law School Will Hire Woman Prof

The Law School faculty voted yesterday to offer a tenured position to Visiting Professor of Law Elizabeth Warren, a member

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Watson Urges Black Unity As a Means to Black Equality

In a speech kicking off the Black Student Association's celebration of Black History Month, a national leader for Black youths

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Icewomen Win Scrimmage

Between the first and second periods and again between third and fourth (yes, fourth) periods, the Harvard and Hobomock women's

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City Council Imposes Limit On Monday Night Meetings

On Monday nights the MBTA sometimes calls it quits before the City Council. Council meetings, filled with long discussions of

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