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Brian D. Ellison

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Harvard's Mister Nice Guy

I first heard of Drew Hansen when I was a sophomore in high school. I was a mere novice debater

Petites' Cleats

M y first attempt at athletic stardom came as a fifth-grader when I joined a little League team. By the

Unusual Boys Choir Sings Spirit Into Season

Yesterday in Harvard Square, Salvation Army bell-ringers rang away, lights glittered on trees and strings suspended above the streets, and

Community BRIEFS

Tickets are still available for two of this weekend's performances of An Evening With Champions, the annual charity figure skating

Vote for None of the Above

They are two cookies from the same cutter. Both are Harvard alumni with politically valuable surnames who insist they fit

Kennedy Facing Tough Fight

Some would say U.S. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy '54-'56 is running scared. The 32-year incumbent is facing the biggest challenge

Weld Leads Governor's Race

When William F. Weld '66 took over the governor's office in 1990, most saw it as sort of a Massachusetts

Kennedy School Tenures Woman

The Kennedy School of Government yesterday announced the appointment of Merilee S. Grindle as the Mason Professor of International Development,

Kennedy Facing Tough Fight

Some would say U.S. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy '54-'56 is running scared. The 32-year incumbent is facing the biggest challenge

Weld Leads Governor's Race

When William F. Weld '66 took over the governor's office in 1990, most saw it as sort of a Massachusetts

Black Student Life at Harvard

When the Harvard Glee Club performed on television in Birmingham, Ala., as part of their 1961 spring break tour of

Panel Begins Review Of SAS Grant Request

Dean of Students Archie C. Epps III and a panel of professors yesterday began their review of a Harvard Foundation

Arab Student Group Calls Grant Unfair

The former and current presidents of the Society of Arab Students (SAS) publicly complained this week of unfair allocation of

Clinton Names Reich Labor Secretary

President-elect Clinton, as expected, yesterday named Kennedy School Lecturer on Public Policy Robert B. Reich to his Cabinet as Secretary

Past Overseer Pres. Raines Takes Post On Clinton's Team

A former president of the Board of Overseers and several other prominent alumni were appointed to key positions in President-elect