Daniel M. Suleiman

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Harvard's Gift

A t Convocation, nearly four years ago, I and 1,600 other bewildered members of the Class of 1999 received the

Farewell, Radcliffe; Be Fair, Harvard

They were all smiles last Wednesday. After a year of intense negotiations, Linda, Neil and Jeremy could breathe easy. The


Seniors Know Best

With the exceptions of first-semester first-years, perhaps, Harvard students of all years tend to think they have a good command


Greaseman Is a Big Fat Racist

Dear Al Franken, Your talk here at the ARCO Forum of Public Affairs last Wednesday, just before the Monica Lewinsky

Show Me The Pudding

T he Hasty Pudding Theatricals Show is not for everyone. Indeed, before attending the latest installment of the 151-year-old tradition


The University's Clash of Interests

Students, observers, etc. often conceive of Harvard as one mammoth entity, and not as a conglomeration of separate interests. This


The Advanced Standing Deficit

Advanced Standing is an established program whose educational merit is rarely questioned. In May 1954 the Faculty of Arts of

With a Little Help From the Yenching

Yenching, a Chinese restaurant on the corner of Holyoke Street and Mass. Ave., was the only place to eat in

Breaking News

Beyond Good and Evil at OCS

The debate surrounding the pursuit of jobs in investment banking and consulting has become polemical, to the point where it


After Archie: Keep the Deanship

Apparently, the role of the Dean of Students has changed in the last few years--so much so, in fact, that


The Marriage Question

A generation and a half ago in America, the moment at which most people decided to marry often roughly coincided


The Harvard Education: No Guarantee

Peer undergraduate grading of subjective work, a practice which occurs at Harvard College (see my column of two weeks ago),

The West's Wily World Leadership

Gerhard Schroder is the latest edition to a growing collection of good-looking and affable political leaders of Western democratic nations.

The Disappearing Undergraduate Citizen

College is a good place to be. We take interesting classes, have few responsibilities critical to the bigger picture and


What's in a Watermelon?

A small controversy erupted in Lowell House last week, when house resident Mellody R. Hayes '99 issued a complaint about