Melissa R. Hart

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Finding a Voice

I ATTENDED MY first editorial meeting at The Crimson in December of my first year at Harvard, just minutes after

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Wrong Tactics

I T WAS A SATURDAY afternoon. I was about to go outside to sit in the sun when the phone

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Let's Meet Half-Way

F IRST-TIME VISITORS to the Lyman Common Room Center for Women (LCR), frequently remark with surprise that they had not

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Proper Protection

O N MARCH 20, the United States Supreme Court ruled unanimously that employers may not exclude fertile women from hazardous

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'No' Means One Thing

"R APE IS UGLY, violent and dehumanizing," wrote Jon E. Morgan in an editorial last week. "It makes its victims

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Who's the Real McCarthy?

L AST SATURDAY, the Harvard community was reminded by a coalition of conservative students that "McCarthyism has revealed its post-Cold

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War Is No Cause to Celebrate

W AR IN AMERICA is unlike war anywhere else in the modern world. We have never been invaded by a

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Setting Up a Dialogue on Violence

One year ago today, 14 women in Montreal were sentenced to death by a man with a gun. Their crime?

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Dear Rape Survivor...

D EAR -------, I am writing this to you because I have sat with you in classrooms, waited in lines

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No Veto for Leave Act

S OMETIME this week, President Bush will be formally presented with the Congress-approved Family and Medical Leave Act. The President

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Era Marked by Growth, Controversy

Appointed as a young leader who could mend a campus torn by 1960s student activism, President Derek C. Bok has

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Why Rape Happens at Harvard

M ORE than 25 percent of college women report having been raped. Eighty-four percent of those rapes are committed by

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A Professor Tenured:

Anyone who has ever wondered why there is such a push for increased numbers of tenured minority and women faculty

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In Search of Sexual Healing

T HE plot of Erica Jong's new novel, Any Woman's Blues quite literally never gets out of bed. As the

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There is No Snow in Boston

Santa rode the red line home from work last night. He is the Santa Claus of State and Washington Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

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Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

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Let’s Talk about Campus-Eye-Contact-Culture

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