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'Hey, Hey, How Ya Doin'?'

I T WAS THAT MOMENT just before the start of a sporting event when the crowd sets aside its anticipatory

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A Professional President

N EIL L. RUDENSTINE is Harvard's first professional president. He represents a new breed of university leaders, one who climbed

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Here We Go Again

I T IS OFTEN SAID that war is simply a continuation of politics by other means. Unfortunately, the inverse is

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Police Depts. Investigate Assault Complaints

Both Harvard and Cambridge police departments are conducting internal investigations into charges that officers failed to respond when Crimson editors

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The Devil Went Down to Texas

W HAT are the most serious crises afflicting American youth today? Drugs? High drop-out rates? Teen pregnancy? School officials in

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Kohl to Speak at Commencement

West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl will deliver the principle address at this year's Commencement Exercises, a source close to Kohl

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Student Admits Fake ID Sale

A Dunster House sophomore admitted in court Tuesday that he manufactured and sold fake driver's licenses to undergraduates at Harvard

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Afro-Am: Going Nowhere Fast

A FRO-AMERICAN Studies is Harvard's worst department, and there isn't a damned thing it can do to save itself. Afro-Am

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Faculty Starts Debate On ROTC's Status

In response to lobbying from student opponents of the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC), the Faculty Council is reviewing Harvard's

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Financing Higher Education's Future

Universities under siege. Higher education at risk. That's the picture painted by Dean of the Faculty A. Michael Spence in

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Spence Report Lists FAS's Top Fundraising Priorities

Charting a course to take the Faculty of arts and Sciences (FAS) into the next century, Dean of the Faculty

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Free Speech Rules Approved by Council

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) moved closer yesterday to approving a set of guidelines designed to define free

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Harvard Profs Do the Talk Show Thing

This was a busy week for Baird Professor of History Richard Pipes. The Soviet studies expert and member of former

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Ec Seeks to Tenure First Woman Prof

In a move that could bring one of Harvard's largest departments its first tenured women ever, the University will offer

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From Franco's Spain to University Hall

Andreu Mas-Colell, the new associate dean for affirmative action, has faced tougher opponents than the Harvard bureaucracy in his 45

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