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Suk Han

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The Homeless and Our Guilt

T WO nights ago, for probably the 40th time this year, I was approached by a homeless person seeking alms.

Whither Harvard Athletics?

W E are all familiar with the Greco-Roman ideal-- mens sana in corpore sano --of fitness in both mind and

Serving Justice

T WO years ago, Mark Baltes, a 28-year-old electrician, was killed by a hit-and-run driver. A possible suspect, unknown to

Now This Is Malaise

M Y roommate has a bumper sticker on her wall. "I used to be apathetic, but now I just don't

Protect Us From Profiles

D URING the mid-1970s, a "drugcourier profile" was developed by the Drug Enforcement Administration to help federal agents identify possible

Lying Down on the Job

I' VE finally figured out what's gone wrong with the presidential campaign. It's not that the two nominees are usually

Life-and-Death Dilemma

D octors and laymen alike were shocked and outraged at an anonymous letter in the January 8th issue of the

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