Nicholas Corman

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Redesigning the Ford Taurus

If you're going to write a 350-page book on redesigning an American car, it might as well be the 1996

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A War-Torn Tale from Home

A CROSS THE NATION, STUDENTS had already risen up on such campuses as Columbia, Berkeley, Northwestern and University of Michigan.

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The Death of Fish Pizzaiola AND OTHER MEALTIME TALES

R EMEMBER ONE THING the next time you scoop up a tray and head for the food: each hamburger you

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Is Anybody Out There?

Is there life in other places in the universe? We may never find out for sure, but that won't stop

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Privatization Lauded

Privatization of public schools is not a crude business maneuver, a consultant whose firm manages a public school system said

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Religious Group Solicits on Campus

In violation of University policy, members of the Boston Church of Christ solicited students in the Cabot Science Library last

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Parking Violations: Many Bills Unpaid

Parking your car in Harvard Yard might not be such a bad idea, given Harvard's lax attitude toward collecting parking

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Fair Recruits Minorities

Hoping to foster minority student interest in the sciences, a conference on Saturday in the Science Center brought together minority

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Brit Editor Attacks Feminism

The editor of a British conservative periodical visited the campus last night and argued that radical feminism represents a threat

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Soka Uses Harvard Ties to Advantage

California State Senator Tom Hayden (D-L.A.) said during a recent visit to Harvard that a university in the Santa Monica

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Doctor Criticizes Plan

If enacted, President Clinton's health care plan will fail quickly, Dr. David Himmelstein, national coordinator of Physicians for a National

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Abortion Alternatives Offered

Pregnant women who come to the University Health Services (UHS) are advised how to make independent reproductive decisions, not simply

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Profs Review Clinton Climate Plan

Harvard earth and planetary sciences professors offered mixed reviews of the Clinton Administration's plan to fight greenhouse gases that may

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BGLSA Plans Protest Rally

Members of the Bisexual, Gay and Lesbian Student Association (BGLSA) plan to gather tomorrow to protest remarks made by Thomson

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Central Square Group Irks Shopowners

Shopkeepers in Central Square say that the Hebrew Israelites, a group which preaches its beliefs into a microphone in front

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Survey Part I: Get To Know Harvard’s Class of 2018

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Class of 2018: By the Numbers

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An Evil Woman

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