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Playing the Divestment Card

In 2002, President Lawrence H. Summers infamously remarked that a petition for divestment from companies operating in Israel was “anti-Semitic

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Trick or Treat Workers Right

Take a look at your Harvard hoodie, and you might see a familiar swoosh. Just before Nike made its first

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Exposing Primo's Deception

In the Primo factory in El Salvador, 5.000 workers, mostly young women, produce clothing for Harvard and other American colleges

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Stop This Crazy War

What is really eating George W. Bush? Speculation abounds. Saddam is a credible threat, or just plain evil; it’s the

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Harvard’s Dirty Hands

Today is, at last, Harvard’s day in court, for a case that dates back to the early 1990s. Over the

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A Human Tragedy Transcending Borders

Soon after the World Trade Centers collapsed, the streets of downtown Manhattan were plastered with signs seeking missing people—pictures, names

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Undergraduates, Unite!

As graduate student unions spring up across the country’s campuses, administrators at nearby University of Massachusetts-Amherst are confronting the even

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Banking On Change

Last Tuesday, the Cambridge City Council explicitly pledged to continue to avoid doing something it has never done: buy World

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Making Harvard's Corporation Our Own

Following the resignation of Herbert S. “Pug” Winokur ’64-’65 from the Harvard Corporation amid controversy over his role as chair

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Dining Halls to Test 'Fair Trade' Coffee

At the urging of an undergraduate student group, Annenberg and the House dining halls will today—for the first time—serve organic

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Miss What?

The first Miss Harvard pageant is less than a week away. Although organizers Gretchen R. Passe ’03 and Eric P.

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Study: Health Affects Job Loss

A recent study by Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) researchers has found that personal health is the primary factor

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Substance Use Violations Increase

Numbers of on-campus drug and alcohol violations are increasing at Harvard, though at a rate slower than nationwide college rates,

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Rainy Day Impression

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Saudade, or Nostalgia

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Unlocking the Map