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Wendy L. Wall

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of Pulling Out

The Sullivan of long-term risks to their investment it change does not come, they also believe that painful short-term costs

The Implications of Pulling Out

For the past 20 years--and particularly since the Soweto riots of 1976--the actions of activists challenging U.S. corporate involvement in

The Implications of Pulling Out

F or the past 20 years--and particularly since the Soweto riots of 1976--the actions of activists challenging U.S. corporate involvement

Flying High

O N October 17th, 1896, when the first production of The Seagull opened in the State Theater of St. Petersburg,

In Search of History

In January 1962, when Barbara Tuchman's The Guns of August was released. The New Yorker noted that it was one

ROTC at Harvard: Three Views

I N 1969, fearing violence from student protestors during a period of unprecedented unrest over the Vietnam War, the Faculty

The Long Road

In 1979, Samuel Pisar's Of Blood and Hope soared to the top of bestseller lists throughout Europe. The book war

Trial by Fire

There were six of us sitting in the darkened living room, watching in despair as the flames flickered and flared

Where Race Meets Politics

Two images mark the rise and fall of Yvonne Braithwaite Burke's political career. The first published in Time magazine in

Letter on Homosexuals Angers GSA Members

Members of the Gay Students Association (GSA) yesterday responded angrily to a letter written by the director of the Center

An Infirm Foundation

I N ONE UNIVERSITY HALL office this fall the phone never stopped ringing. Sometimes the secretary from the neighboring Parent's

Fencers Take Fifth Place In NCAA Championships

When the Harvard men's fencing team set off for the NCAA Championships in South Rend. Indiana earlier this week, they

Men, Women Fencers Routed By UPenn, Columbia Squads

Both the men's and women's fencing teams suffered a complete rout this weekend. The swordsmen fell by unusually large scores

Swordsmen Foil Cornell, 17-10; Women Fencers Succumb, 10-6

The undefeated men's fencing team traveled to snow-covered Ithaca Friday to beat the Cornell swordsmen, 17-10, on their own strips.

It's Only Common Sense

Three weeks ago a Medical School committee charged with devising guidelines for doctors writing letters of reference called for a

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