Timothy P. Yu

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Hyphenation Begets Tokenism

W hen I was a kid, my ethnicity--I was born in the United States to Chinese parents--made me "Chinese." Later,

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Fighting for Democracy

M artin Lee has one of the world's most thankless jobs: crusading for democracy in Hong Kong. The 57-year-old lawyer

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Doubting the Death Penalty

T here was a time when capital punishment was a legitimate issue in national politics. The debate could be found

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Welfare Reform for the Rich

L ast Friday, Texas Senator Phil Gramm became the first Republican officially to throw his hat into the Presidential ring.

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Covering Homophobia

L ast Friday, Federal civil-rights mediators descended on the town of Ovett, Mississippi to take on their first gay-harassment case.

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Clinton's Reluctant Donkey

A t the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum in Seattle, Bill Clinton welcomed Asian heads of state in down-home style. The

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Sharing in the Kennedy Mystique

T oday is the 30th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy '40. Expect to hear this question a

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Fear and Cloning

P erhaps you missed it in the crunch of midterms, but the Brave New World arrived a few weeks ago.

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Resume-itis and the Summer Job Crisis

W hy did I come to Harvard? It's a question, I suppose, whose answer I should know by now. And

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Honor Societies May Merge

Members of the Harvard and Radcliffe chapters of Phi Beta Kappa met this week to discuss the possible merger of

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News Briefs

How much would you say a John Kenneth Galbraith rookie is worth? Thanks to the "Economist Greats" trading cards released

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The Vulgar Generation

H uh-huh. Huh-huh. You might not realize it yet, but that's the sound of American culture dying. Just take a

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Dare to Dye

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Dos Besos

A World Cup Malcontent
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A World Cup Malcontent

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Then Rain Comes