T he statue of John Harvard bears no reference to veritas. Too bad. If it did, the Crimson Key tours
J ust hours into his presidency, Bill Clinton had 11 official balls to attend-including one honoring his native Arkansas. But
WASHINGTON--Bill Clinton, who displayed a keen instinct for symbolism in his run for the presidency, showed yesterday that he would
WASHINGTON--Four months after his election-day victory, Bill Clinton yesterday took the presidential oath of office, delivered a poetic inaugural address
WASHINGTON--Close to 5,000 high school and college students packed a George Washington University auditorium yesterday for a "youth town meeting."
WASHINGTON--Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton will assume the presidency at noon today, after he is sworn in by Chief Justice William
A cold February morning last year, I was woken up by a call from then Crimson Managing Editor Brian Hecht.
A t my high school, where everyone knew each other and gossiped and skipped classes slyly and with caution, my
I n his 1987 release, This Note's For You, Neil Young took a lyrical stab at Eric Clapton, who sold
M y dad wants to know if I've gone to see Alan Dershowitz. He asks every other week. Enough. Enough,
The staff is wrong to attack North House residents. One of the few advantages to house life is the serenity
C linton is up in the polls--by as much as 16 points in one instance. Those who once backed Ross
T he first time we talked, my dean asked if I was the same Josh Shenk from The Crimson. He
T he other day I caught an episode of the old Batman television series, starring Adam West as millionaire Bruce