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While much of his attention at a Kennedy School of Government symposium on September 5 focused on an airline hijaking

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Says Mr. OPEC: Stabilize Oil Prices

Calling for faith in the free market, the Saudi Arabian oil minister and representative to OPEC on September 4 told

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While much of his attention at a Kennedy School of Government symposium on September 5 focused on an airline hijaking

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Says Mr. OPEC: Stabilize Oil Prices

Calling for faith in the free market, the Saudi Arabian oil minister and representative to OPEC on September 4 told

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While much of his attention at a Kennedy School of Government symposium on September 5 focused on an airline hijaking

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Says Mr. OPEC: Stabilize Oil Prices

With gray skies hinting that fall classes were just around the corner, thousands of alums took time during the 350th

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While much of his attention at a Kennedy School of Government symposium yesterday focused on an airline hijacking in Pakistan,

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Prince of the Oil Fields

Under grey skies and with fall's academic feeling in the air, thousands of alumni went back to class yesterday. Scurrying

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Harvard Students Serve Poor Appalachian Areas

When most Harvard students head South for summer internships, they're usually on their way to jobs on Capitol Hill. But

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China's Ajar Door Policy

E ver since China normalized relations with the United States in the late 1970s, the West has viewed the Middle

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K-School, GSD Plan 50th Celebrations

The Saudi Arabian oil minister, considered by some experts to be the most influential person in the international petroleum industry,

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350th Celebration Offers Symposia, Glitz

Invitations for the several 350th events featuring Charles, Prince of Wales, during his September 2-4 visit to Harvard are becoming

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Former Football Star to Coach

A former quarterback, who led Harvard to a share of the lvy League football title in 1982, was named head

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Mystery Business School Student Revealed

Gaining acceptance to either the Harvard or Stanford Business School is certainly not easy. And attending both institutions, at the

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Harvard Cellist Claims Judges Biased Following Fifth Place Contest Finish

Despite making the finals of the prestigious Tchaikovsky competition in Moscow last week, a Harvard sophomore claims judges deprived him

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