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Matthew L. Meyerson

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Blinded by Science

I S LOVE NOTHING but "brain chemistry"? Would "a relatively painless adjustment in mankind's sense of right and wrong" towards

Students to Hold Earth Day Festival In Yard Today

Seeking to stimulate a rebirth of environmental activism at Harvard, a student ecological action group is sponsoring a celebration of

Lawyers Set Ways To Select the Jury For Hussain Trial

Defense and prosecution lawyers agreed yesterday on procedures for selecting the jury for the rape trial of former Harvard-affiliated doctor

The Radiance of the Mind

Nothing, not even light, can ever escape from a black hole. These drainpipes of the universe contain matter to heavy

Law Students Submit Proposal on Affirmative Action to Dean

The Third World Coalition group of minority law student organizations yesterday delivered a series of affirmative action proposals to Law

Law Students Urge Affirmative Action

A coalition of minority student organizations seeking an end to what they perceive as "institutional racism" at the Law School

Yale, Firm Sign Contract, May Gain From Research

Yale University concluded an agreement with a chemical manufacturer last week for a $1.1 million joint research program in biotechnology,

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Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization