Paul M. Barrett

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Sugar Ray's Lecture Tour: Hard Work, Smooth Style

Sugar Ray Leonard and his entourage swept across the Harvard campus yesterday, spreading the retired champion boxer's message of supreme

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Small Town Boy in the Big City

M ost Saturday mornings in Bremen, Ind., the regulars gather at Zentz's Barber Shop on Plymouth St. to talk politics.

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Church and State

R AISE A TOAST to Grendel's! The earthy Harvard Square eaterie this week won the right to serve alcohol regardless

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Sugar Ray's Lecture Tour: Hard Work, Smooth Style

Sugar Ray Leonard and his entourage swept across the Harvard campus yesterday, spreading the retired champion boxer's message of supreme

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Fish Story

The Crimson yesterday received the following dispatch from naval warfare correspondent Dix Wistling, now stationed amid the ongoing submarine crisis

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The Harvard Image

A SIDE FROM NOBEL PRIZES and Commencement Day pontifications, minority issues are the surest way to draw national attention to

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Just a Guy Named Joe

M EMORANDUM FOR THE PRESIDENT: From: Domestic Policy. Perception Staff Re: Image Modification for Campaign '82 As you must know

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Sis-Boom-Bah

T HE CRIMSON football team has won two in a row. We can still lay claim to a share of

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Stan the Man

S EYMOUR THE GARDENER has inadvertently mulched his employer, Mrs. Snodgrass, with the John Deere Suburbanite Lawn Tractor. Executors of

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What You Missed

Campus politics usually tend to settle down a bit after the Commencement Day party tents are cleared away and the

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Pictures of Catherine

NEWS UPDATE: This article is reprinted from the July 9, 1982 issue of the Crimson. Since it first appeared, Catherine

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Cuba 20 Years Later

The ultimate game of chicken commenced on October 22, 1962, when President John F. Kennedy grimly etched a line 700

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What You Missed

Campus politics usually tend to settle down a bit after the Commencement Day party tents are cleared away and the

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Harvard Thick and Thin

F IGHTING FOR OXYGEN in the jam-packed aisles of the Coop one fine September day, you will curse out loud

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Looking Out For Harold And His Friends

T HERE is startling and fierce efficiency in the way upper-middle class adolescents intents socially Throw 30 of them together

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art

Boxes
Columns

ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining
Columns

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

Reshuffling the Caseload
College

Unloading the Ad Board