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William P. Moynahan

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Give the Military Another Look

A year ago the events on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001 found me alone a few thousand feet above

Hennefeld Brings Back Progressive Spirit

Daniel M. Hennefeld '99 wishes Harvard in 1999 resembled the campus in 1969. In his crusade to prod his fellow

Cheesecake Factory Will Serve Cambridge Clientele

Cheesecake lovers in Cambridge will soon have another option to satisfy their cravings. The Cheesecake Factory, a popular restaurant chain

College Students Get $40 Billion in Tax Credit

WASHINGTON, D.C.--The tax and budget legislation that President Clinton signed into law on Tuesday includes $40 billion in tax breaks

Albright Will Discuss Future of American Foreign Policy

Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright will use her speech this afternoon to outline America's role in the world of

A Bright Future

In 1959, Madeleine K. Albright was told by her graduation speaker at Wellesley that her role in life was to

The Misunderstood Military

L eaning on my right leg to brace against the 40 mile-per-hour winds, I watched as the crew on the

HAND Raffle Ends

House and Neighborhood Development (HAND) program leaders announced yesterday that they collected more than $400 in a fundraising contest for

UMass Amherst Sit-In Enters Its Fourth Day

More than one hundred University of Massachusetts (UMass), Amherst students remained entrenched in a campus office building yesterday, after taking

Hawaiian Conference Held

The Hawaii Club of Harvard hosted a conference on ethnic and race relations last weekend which drew more than 250

U.C. Elects Treasurer, Secretary

The elections of secretary and treasurer dominated the agenda of the Undergraduate Council's first meeting of the spring semester last

Wellstone Speaks Against Race, Poverty Linkage

In a speech before a crowded audience last night at the Kennedy School of Government, Sen. Paul Wellstone (D-Minn.) said

Phi Beta Kappa Elects 48 Additional Members

Forty-eight seniors were elected to Phi Beta Kappa in the second round of elections for the Class of 1997, the

M. Swim. Dives In

Today's double meet with Columbia and Army marks the beginning of what most expect will be a very promising season

Banking Firms Begin Recruiting Process Early

Recruiting has long been a staple of the average senior's spring. If recent trends continue, it may well be pushed

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In Search of Lost Time

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Professor Summers

Data Sculpture
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Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization

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What We Forget About School: School