Emil J. Kiehne

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Quincy Gets New Card Key System

Quincy House will soon become the latest undergraduate house to abandon metal keys for plastic card keys. And residents have

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Other People's Money

Last month a group of students held a rally to protest the cuts in federal funding for student financial aid

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Romney, Kennedy Backers Rally

The Massachusetts Senate contest arrived in the Yard yesterday with simultaneous demonstrations, one in support of Democratic Senator Edward M.

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The Wonderful, Horrible Life and Films of Leni Riefenstahl

At the Harvard Film Archive: "Triumph of the Will" on October 5; "The Wonderful, Horrible Life of Leni Riefenstahl" October

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Away From College, Vets Get Education

In the fall of 1940, the first-year classes of Harvard and Radcliffe filed into Cambridge prepared to embark on a

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It's a Wonderful, Horrible Life

"I was never anti-Semitic and never a member of the Nazi Party...So where does my guilt lie?" These last lines

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Abortion Foes Find Common Ground

The term of the abortion issue are changing and pro-choice and pro-life groups find they share some similar views, said

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NCAA Betting Pools Form In Dorms, Departments

March Madness has come to Harvard. After a week of cramming for midterms, students are now staking time and money

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Medical School Joins Prudential To Research

In an unusual partnership between academic and commercial interests, Harvard Medical School and Prudential insurance Co. of America managed health

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Steele Criticizes `False Compassion'

To blame racism for the problems affecting Blacks in America is largely a mistake, Shelby Steele, a professor of English

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Speech Gets Mixed Reviews

The Rev. Al Sharpton's call for increased student activism struck a chord with many audience members in Emerson Hall last

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Patrick Nominated for Justice Post

President Clinton announced the nomination of Deval L. Patrick '78 as assistant attorney general for civil rights yesterday afternoon. "He's

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