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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

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

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

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

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

...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,

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

, Let Them Speak

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

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

ON TECHNOLOGY

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

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

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

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

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

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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In Search of Lost Time

Photo Man
Ivy League

Beyond The Silver Screen

Larry, In His Element
Scrutiny

Professor Summers

Data Sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization