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Maintaining those ties

A s this year's graduates prepare to evacuate Cambridge, Harvard offices with full-time employees and committees composed of classmates is

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Idealists meet the real world

N eal I. Koblitz '69, a mathematician at the University of Washington, donates the royalties he receives from his books

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A Run for Your Money

You probably like Harvard. And now that you're graduating in a couple of weeks, you want to show your appreciation

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Diamond and Veritas

Sigmund Diamond's interest in university FBI relations is more than an academic pursuit. Diamond himself was a victim of McCarthy

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A House Divided

A RECENT one week tour in Israel, provided gratis by the Ministry of Tourism, gave me a chance to talk

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Cultural Cop-Out

WITH THE BACKING of the New York Times and the Washington Post, President Reagan gone ahead and notified the United

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Ministry of Truth

W HEN READING PERIOD descends, complete with icy winds, slushy streets and finals--your basic January in Cambridge--it's time to find

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Sexual Harassment Discussed; Speakers Blast Harvard Policy

Sexual harassment is not an issue primarily of sex or aggression, but of women's right to a workplace, Assistant Professor

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Harassing Employees

W ITH ALL THE DISCUSSIONS started and committees formed this semester to deal with sexual harassment of students and faculty,

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Breaking the Silence

F IRST THERE was the "U.S. out of Grenada" rally, Reagan supporters on campus staged their own counter-demonstration, while others

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Behind the Boycotts

BOYCOTTS laws, and demonstrations are three ways activists have been able to force companies to deal with problems that fall

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Radical Unchic

T OM WOLFE in Radical Chic describes a small fundraiser given by Leonard Bernstein for the Black Panthers, attended by

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The Rainbow Connection

S TUDENTS HAVE a unique position in society; their schedules are flexible; they know they will stay at school for

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A Leader for the Future

IN COVERING Jesse Jackson as the only possible Black Presidential candidate, the press now and then quotes him about the

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From Russia, With Angst

I N RUSSIA, if you tell someone your troubles and then disregard his advice, your advisor will probably shrug and

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