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Steven Lichtman

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We're in Good Hands

T HE centerpiece of the shantytown built in the Yard two springs ago was a 16-foot-high ivory tower symbolizing the

Looking Back at the Experiences of the Class of '88

Despite the packaging, posturing and pretensions that went into my candidacy for the Class of '88, the powers that were

I.F. Stone Questions Socrates

T HE Closing of the American Mind may still sit safely ensconced atop the bestseller lists, but a Bloom backlash

We Don't Gotta Have Hart

R ICHARD NIXON returned from political oblivion in 1968 largely on the strength of a slogan. After losing the presidency

He Just Did It

I T'S BEGINNING to look a lot like Christmas, everywhere you go. There's a good reason for this, namely that

Political Machines

D UDLEY HOUSE members must not be very creative. House committee is joining with the Undergraduate Council to install condom

A Brokawed Convention

D EBATE? VIEWERS and voters Tuesday night heard more from sponsors Ford, Wang and the Travellers Corporation than they did

Biden His Time

"I guess every single word I've ever said is going to be dissected now." --??? W HO SAID that? 'Twasn't

The Self-Heating Jurist

R OBERT BORK still has some explaining to do. Senators last week engaged Bork in an orgy of constitutional nuance

Mommie Dearest:

T HE BABY M case, decided last week, produced at least as much posturing as it did postulating among commentators.

Vote Pro-Divestment

I SN'T IT POSSIBLE that at least one of the Harvard nominees is a more qualified or a more virulent

ON BOOKS

W HEN RONALD Reagan said that it was "morning in America," people listened. The most popular and successful politician since

Dissenting Opinion

A NY STUDENT who has the desire and gumption to take on a low-paying public service job after graduation should

Square Life:

I F MIKE DUKAKIS decides to run for president he could run on a platform promising to "make America laugh

Budget Bloat

A LL GOOD politicians know the benefits of timing statements or events to maximize publicity. Better politicians know that there

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads