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Hail Women Whistleblowers

Last week, the documentary “Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room” was released in movie theaters. A detailed account of

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Changing the Face of Politics

It was nearly one hundred years ago when women were first granted the right to vote with the passage of

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A Dangerous Precedent

For most students, Harvard is a relatively safe place. Compared to other college towns, Cambridge has few violent crimes. Yet

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Fighting for a Basic Right

Last Friday, Kim Gandy, president of the National Organization of Women (NOW) proclaimed at a rally in Brattle Square that

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An Equal Say

WASHINGTON, D.C.—“Thank god there is another woman in here!” These words were my introduction to my summer internship at The

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People in the News: John Paul M. Fox '04

John Paul M. Fox ’04 knows how to throw a party. As Co-President of the Mather House Committee (HoCo), Fox

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Senior Earns Perfect Grades

Lisa B. Schwartz ’03 has managed to achieve what most students consider impossible. Over her four years at Harvard, Schwartz

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Brown’s President Addresses Phi Beta Kappa Inductees

The Phi Beta Kappa society, one of the University’s oldest organizations, held its annual Literary Exercises yesterday in Sanders Theater

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Former Deans Receive Service Prize

Two former Harvard deans have each been granted one of the University’s highest honors—the newly-created position of the Harvard University

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New Overseers President Elected

C. Dixon Spangler Jr., a former university president who is the namesake of the Harvard Business School’s student center, has

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Massachusetts Judge Defied Jury in Famous ‘Nanny Case’

On the popular Boston-based television program, “The Practice,” the actress Linda Hunt played the part of a strong-willed judge who

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Women and the Draft

Last month, Rep. Charles B. Rangel, D-N.Y., spoke at the ARCO Forum about his consciousness-raising bill to reinstitute the military

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Title IX Rematch

In 1972, the year Title IX was passed, a total of 29,972 women competed in college sports. In 2001, that

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A Man’s World After All

Three weeks ago, Augusta National Golf Club chair William “Hootie” Johnson publicly announced that the club has no plans to

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Educate Against Sexual Assault

Last May, the faculty approved a policy change that allows the Administrative Board to decline hearing potential cases of sexual

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Transatlanticism

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I Am Not at a Cafe

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Away in Argentina

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