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Silber May Be Seeking Dem State Party Chair

John R. Silber, the volcanic Democratic nominee for governor, has only a few weeks left on his year-long leave as

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Seniors Move On, Lazily

First, an apology: This column is not well-reported. I wasted too much time being a second-semester senior. I was supposed

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The Harvard Crimson: What Is to Be Done?

T hree years ago this month, on the night the U.S. launched an air war against Iraq, I scampered through

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Print the Names

A t The Crimson, we often have to decide whether to print someone's name, or even to print certain specific

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Of Fear and Fear Brokers

T hese days, when people think of South Florida, they think of dead tourists. Anyone planning to move there should

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Page One and Page Two

T he much-publicized, controversial remarks by Professor Harvey C. Mansfield Jr. '53 have once again focused campus discussion on the

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Tribe In Running To Be Clinton's Solicitor General

Tyler Professor of Constitutional Law Laurence H. Tribe '62 is one of three or four candidates remaining for solicitor general.

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Fund Campaign to Be University-Wide

Outlining the first concrete plan for a more financially collaborative University, President Neil L. Rudenstine said yesterday that Harvard's 10

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Psst! Wanna Buy Harvard?

S ome schools are named for presidents. Others take the name of their founders. Harvard, though, is named for some

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University to Probe Harassment Charges

After months of denial and finger-pointing by University officials, President Neil L. Rudenstine said yesterday he will ask the general

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Bishop Tutu Steps Down From Board of Overseers

South African Archbishop Desmond M. Tutu, an outspoken critic of the University's investment policies in South Africa, stepped down from

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THE LAST HURRAH?

When Harvard-Radcliffe Alumni Against Apartheid (HRAAA) was formed in 1986, one of its primary goals was to elect pro-divestment candidates

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RUDENSTINE

W hen President Neil L. Rudenstine stepped into office last July, the contrast with his predecessor, Derek C., Bok, seemed

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Private Clubs, Public Violence

T HE LATEST HARVARD symbol of choice is a black hat that reads "FCS." Ask someone wearing one, they'll tell

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Harvard's Admissions Yield Again on the Rise

Seventy-six percent of those accepted into the class of 1996 have decided to matriculate into the College, marking the third

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