A lot of people have asked me how I feel about graduating. "Great!" I reply, and leave it at that.
T HERE are a number of reasons why Alderman Tim Evans didn't win last week's mayoral election in Chicago. The
T HE anatomy of the recent leveraged buyout of RJR Nabisco by the firm of Kohlberg, Kravis, Roberts--helped out by
A letter in my mailbox last spring from the Cambridge District Court told me that I had been selected for
H ARVARD, thanks once again to its vast stock holdings, is getting a chance to put itself at the vanguard
A LTHOUGH I am white and middle-class, I grew up not far from the all-Black Robert Taylor Homes in Chicago,
Y OU can tell when it's autumn because the wind starts to get a little bit colder, and there's a
L AST year a TV station in Washington D.C. ran a special report on their news show entitled "Is God
A MERICAN society has an obsession with "things," and the more expensive they are, the better. In the 1980 s
R ICHARD Nixon has appeared everywhere the past few days. The April 10 issue of The New York Times sported
T WENTY years ago the Kerner Commission predicted that our country would soon be stratified into two "separate and unequal"
F LORENZO DiDonato campaigns every time an election rolls around. It doesn't seem to matter to him which office he's
F REUD coined a now-popular term, "anal-retentiveness," that means more and more to me while I'm at Harvard. I'm not
W HEN you travel anywhere in the world and say you're from Chicago, people will hold their arms pretending to
I T is said that Hunter S. Thompson held a celebration the night J. Edgar Hoover died in the early