Charles T. Kurzman

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When Apathy Is Pathetic

A FEW DOZEN students risked their academic careers and set up structures in Harvard Yard to protest certain of the

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Rejuvenating Radcliffe

R ADCLIFFE STILL EXISTS, and not just on paper. Radcliffe raises money, funds scholarships, runs a library, a research center,

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Reflections on the SCR

T HIS MONTH, you're going to have visitors. Prestigious, interesting, famous visitors. They are going to come to your house

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A Long and Winding Road

A N OLD AND jaded Harvard professor strolled past the Cabot House renovations last week and remarked that education at

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Social Diseases

S ports question of the week, from Billy R. in Newark, New Jersey: "Is baseball going to end up like

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Bad, Bad Imam

A bad man, a very bad man, a reactionary cleric, a towel-headed mullah ("towel-head" for short), a "cruel despot," a

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Skocpol Negotiates Tenure Offer

Harvard seems to be negotiating in good faith with sociologist Theda R. Skocpol, whom President Bok tenured last month after

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Some ROTC Classes May Get Credit

Harvard may sign an agreement granting students credit for a few Navy Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) classes at MIT.

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Faculty Votes to Award Degrees Posthumously

The Faculty agreed yesterday in a near-unanimous voice vote to grant posthumous degrees to students-who die after completing degree requirements

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The Ghosts of Protests Past...

E ASTER 1963. Seven thousand pacifists gather at the United Nations Plaza in New York for the annual Faster Peace

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Waiting for the White Smoke: A Peek at Harvard's Tenure Searches

An Overview T enure searches at Harvard are said to be a serious, stately matter, with built-in checks and balances

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Harvard Says Junior Faculty Is Happy

Harvard yesterday released the results of last year's extensive survey of junior faculty, painting a generally positive picture of the

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Minority Student Protesters Rally for Third World Faculty

Several dozen students rallied yesterday afternoon in front of University Hall, draping a Ku Klux Klan mask on the statue

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Tenure in the Courts

I t is referred to, by those who watch such things, as the $1 million decision-whether to grant tenure to

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Tim Scanlon

It's a steep climb up three floors to the bare office of newly arrived Professor of Philosophy Thomas N. Scanlon,

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Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

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