Jonathan A. Lewin

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Grades Are Important

The History Department's phasing out its general exam does not represent the watering-down of the Harvard curriculum, the demise of

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Running in a 'Popular' Election

The Undergraduate Council declared this year that its new campus-wide elections would help to stimulate interest in campus politics. But

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Times Reporter Talks of Crime, Blames Parents

Poor parental role models and a Southern tradition of violence are unseen but potent origins of crime in America, New

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Burriss Young To Retire in '98

Associate Dean of Freshman Burriss Young '55, who has worked in the Freshman Dean's Office (FDO) since 1961, has decided

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Dooley Mixes Dynamism With Dramatics

Assistant Professor of History and Social Studies Brendan Dooley is not a traditional lecturer. On the first day of classes

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...And Two More Cents

First, the fact that a dozen Harvard students met in some room says very little about anyone's political viability. Second,

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Review Elects New Executive Board

Amid some debate over its purpose and goals, the International Review (IR), which has seen a third of its editorial

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, Let Them Speak

praises Epps for AALARM. It is to use his position as a try to quell the right AALARM to express

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Arafat to Speak at Kennedy School

Yasser Arafat, president of the Palestinian National Authority [PNA], is scheduled to speak at the Kennedy School of Government next

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ON TECHNOLOGY

The World Wide Web, the current hot Internet application, is so-named because information at any given location can form connections

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Faculty Council Writes TF Attendance Rule

The Faculty Council took another step toward making Teaching Fellows (TFs) attendance in lecture mandatory yesterday, voting 16-2 for such

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Shopping Period: Looking For a Bargain

It's happens to everyone. You search the CUE Guide looking for a class with favorable--and less than difficult--ratings. But when

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Officer Pleads Guilty to Theft

A financial officer of Harvard Magazine pled guilty to embezzling $190,000 from the magazine between 1988 and 1994, according to

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Student Clubs, Staff Vie for MAC Space

Although the Malkin Athletic Center (MAC) cannot accommodate the increased demands placed upon it for intramural and recreational space, the

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Students Begin Shopping Frenzy

The Science Center looked like a shopping mall in sale season yesterday as hundreds of students tried to escape from

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A World Cup Malcontent

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Then Rain Comes

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Rainy Day Impression

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Saudade, or Nostalgia