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Go Fishing Instead

I f I were Colin Powell, I would decline Harvard's offer to speak at Commencement. Not because of the agitation

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Only Students Can Solve Racial Problems

Like mad scientist eager to test their new creation, the staff insists they have the cure to a disease which

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No Seat for Lunch

The staff obviously misunderstands the essential purpose of the Cafe. The action taken by HDS makes it clear that service

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The Spotted Owl Crowd at The Crimson

While I join the majority in commending Michael Berry and encouraging other improvements in the Harvard dining experience, I strongly

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Even the Russians Do It

T he staff editorial is utterly misguided. Complete school choice is the inevitable solution if we are serious about improving

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Don't Open Floodgates

While we share the staff's concern about acquaintance rape, we must voice our objections to their endorsement of such a

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Take Back the MAC

W ITH THE arrival of spring comes the predictable surge of activity at the Malkin Athletic Center (MAC) as Harvard

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We Need Final Clubs

T o their credit, the majority is at least consistent in opposing all single-sex clubs, even ones formed by female

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That's Not the Anita Hill I Knew

P IOUS PLATITUDES notwithstanding, God is not on the side of the editorial board of The Crimson. Still, in spite

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Why I Like Dean Clark

Enough of this push-over attitude from university administrators. If protesters break the law, throw'em in jail. F UNNY, ISN'T IT.

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Same Old Drivel

Surprise, surprise, surprise. Once again final clubs are in the news. And once again the majority has succumbed to the

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Mind Your Manners

W ITH THE ARRIVAL of BGLAD week, Harvard can look forward to those depressingly juvenile exchanges between gay activists and

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The War Will Hurt the Democrats

W HEN THE DEMOCRATIC caucus in Congress met just before Christmas to discuss the party line on the Gulf Crisis,

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But It's Better Than Death

I N SCORNING Mother Harvard's concern for her students, the majority demonstrates a childish disregard for the complexities underlying Epps's

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Sanction Skeptics

T HE staff implicitly assumes that time is working against Saddam Hussein. While the flaws in the staff's opinion are

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