Ghita Schwarz

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Fighting the Law School Urge

I T'S not like everyone I know is going to law school. There are plenty of other options. Some of

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A Major Decision

D O YOU know those decisions that you regret for years afterwards? The ones that wake you up in the

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Sleepless Nights

I ALWAYS found the concept of insomnia unimaginable. I came to college with three alarm clocks set five minutes apart

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The Rad Radcliffe Quarterly

T HE Radcliffe Quarterly has a "new look." The December issue is glossy, with a full-page color photograph on the

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The Blindness of Bush

T HE Bush administration continues to be blind to the human rights abuses perpetrated by the right-wing regime we support

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Cold War in Central America

T HE Cold War has been declared officially over many times in the last few weeks. Poland has replaced its

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Defending Our Generation

H OW many times have we heard it before? The alleged slogan of the "younger generation" is "MAKE BUCKS, NOT

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Whose Choice? Whose Life?

O NE reason pro-choice activists call themselves "pro-choice" and not "pro-abortion" is to highlight the fact that they are fighting

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The Changing Rhetoric of Rape

N ews coverage of the pending abortion rights bill in Congress was heavy last week. Watching TV the other night,

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Fraud and U.S. Foreign Policy

"T HESE people are absolutely shameless!" exclaimed Gerald Ford on Monday, denouncing Panama's election fraud. General Noriega's security forces have

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Wider Discrimination

S TUDENT debate this week has centered around a variety of misconceptions about ROTC and its role on campus. Here

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Take Back the Campus

T HE annual Take Back the Night week at Harvard can be a union of women against violence, a symbolic

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A Stubborn Castro

O NE person who may not be so enthusiastic about Mikhail Gorbachev's reforming impulse is Fidel Castro. While Gorbachev's glasnost

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Hatred in the West Bank

"I SRAELI Army Pushes Town to Hatred in West Bank"--so ran a headline in The New York Times last week,

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The Dangers of Imperialism

P RESIDENT Bush has only now begun to select a foreign policy team for Central America; Vice-President Quayle calls for

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