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Jonathan S. Sapers

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Prodding the system from within

O n a campus where political activity has tended to center around racial issues, it is not surprising that minority

Keeping Watch

FROM THE TOP FLOOR of the Parker House one evening last month, Boston looked placid. Seen from that angle, the

Loony Toons

There's a problem with Bloom County--well, two problems actually: Doonesbury and impatience. If, Doonesbury had never been around, everyone would

Read This and Fall in Love

"And when a word comes to us in its individual character, and starts in us the individual responses, it is

Playing Games

C ONGRESSIONAL, statute requires the CIA "to keep the Select Committee on Intelligence of the Senate and the Permanent Select

A Life of Musical Healing

W HEN JOHN LENNON died, it helped mark the end of an era familiar to our older siblings, but the

Getting Less

B ACK IN THE old days, when interhouse was interdicted, the rules made good old sense. No one on campus

Passionate Symbolism

W hat is so fundamentally disturbing about the Reagan Administration is that it is the present embodiment of the American

Three Professors Included In Secret USIA Blacklist

Three Harvard professors were reportedly included in a list of potential speakers blacklisted from participation in a government-sponsored speaking program

Yuri Is Dead; Long Live...

Y URI ANDROPOV IS DEAD and the Reagan Administration seems to think it has won a gunfight. The tact-less, admonitory

Reshaping Mondale

"A VOTE FOR anyone but Mondale is a vote for Reagan," has become a frequent rallying cry among Democrats this

Presidential Doublespeak

I N 1946, before he became notorious for what he is notorious for today, George Orwell wrote an essay called

No Place to Turn

D ESPITE assurances from the Administration that the Soviet walkout from the medium range missile talks last month was mere

Nothing but the Truth

P RESIDENT REAGAN trespassed a bit further on the freedom of the press last week when he ordered a Justice

It Takes Two To Tango

F IFTY YEARS AGO, on Nov 16, 1933, relations between the United States and Soviet Russia were formally established. The

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Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization