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New K-School Spokesman Geared for 50th Birthday

Gearing up for its approaching 50th anniversary celebration, the Kennedy School of Government has named one of its own 1986

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Outgoing Yale President To Become Big Leaguer

When asked last year what he would do upon retiring, President Derek C. Bok replied he might join the major

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Playing Hookey

Ferris Bueller's Day Off Paramount Pictures Written, Produced and Directed by John Hughes Y OU'LL RECOGNIZE a lot of Ferris

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Intelligent Beings In Search of a Good Metaphor

Using computers as a metaphor for the mind is not the most productive way to gain knowledge of the brain,

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On the Rocks

When Massachusetts raised the legal drinking age from 20 to 21 last year, Harvard felt it had no choice but

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Winning Prizes and Entering the Real World

For 25 years an increasing number of Harvard seniors have sought careers in finance and law, jumping out of the

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Minorities Nix Harvard As Admission Yield Dips

A signifigant decline in the percentage of minorities who accepted Harvard's offer of a slot in the Class of 1990

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House of Representatives Candidate Tells Activists Shanties Should Stay

A leading candidate in Massachusetts' Eighth Congressional District race last night told Harvard activists that the University is hypocritical in

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Frosh, Dems Wrangle Over Libya Bombing

Twenty-five students in a Democratic Club-sponsored roundtable discussion last night unanimously agreed the U.S. was justified in taking some action

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Changes Considered For Housing Lottery

The College's experiment with a new freshman housing lottery format this spring has raised a variety of concerns among students

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ACSR May Hold Extra Sessions Next Fall

Burdened with an unusually large number of proxy resolutions, the Advisory Committee on Shareholder Responsibility (ACSR) may meet in extra

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ACSR Meeting Faces Flood of Resolutions

A large increase in the number of corporate proxy resolutions up for consideration this spring by the Advisory Committee on

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Threadbare Passion

Passion Written by Peter Nichols Directed by Shawn Hainsworth At Leverett House Old Library P ASSION IS A contemporary play

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Freshmen Favor Adams House

If freshmen were assured their first choice in the upcoming housing lottery, Adams House would be the most popular of

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Experts Debate Homelessness

Three experts, speaking at a School of Public Health forum, yesterday debated the causes of homelessness, faulting the federal government,

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