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The Right Chemistry

Upon reading of the $50,000 first-year salaries offered to some graduates of Stanford and Harvard Business Schools, many observers have

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Nuri's Voice is Music to Voter's Ears

The notoriety of California's Jerry Brown and Linda Ronstadt not withstanding, most people might find politics and music an unlikely

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Dead But Still Running

Perhaps Ozzie Myers thought that a district that once elected a dead man to Congress would support a living one

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Dreaming of Capitol Hill

The first thing Chase Untermeyer '68 tells his Institute of Politics study group--which examines how to succeed in politics--is to

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Graceless

F RANK SINATRA is a man in a maelstrom. As detective sergeant Edward Delaney in The First Deadly Sin, he

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B-School

The Business School recently named two professors praised for their teaching ability to endowed professorships. Anthony G. Athos, an expert

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Goodbye to Big Red

David Cowens, never anyone's typical athlete, retired from basketball last week at age 31, and surprised but didn't shock those

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Continuing the Good Fight

During the 1970s, the fight for women's rights took its place alongside the civil rights movement, anti-Vietnam protests, and the

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Dante Society Finds Cambridge Paradise

Samuel Ussia wants to spearhead a second Renaissance at the intersection of Hampshire and Portland streets. Ussia, president of the

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Tracksters Nip UNH on Relay Win

A last-race victory propelled the women's track team to a narrow 64-62 triumph at the University of New Hampshire Saturday.

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Fitzgerald Attacks Textbooks, Labels History Writing 'Bland'

American textbook publishers are writing increasingly bland history texts in order not to offend pressure groups, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Frances

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Junior Wins Election

Michael T. Crehan '81 may not want to change the world but he solve Dedham's parking problem. Residents of Crehan's

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Economic Graduate Students Award Green Teaching Prize

Economic Department graduate students last week named Jerry R. Green, professor of Economics, winner of the fifth annual "Graduates Award

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