Writer

Madeleine S. Elfenbein

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Women Prefer Activist, Not Political, Approach

To the editors: Lia C. Larson’s Nov. 7 column “Attracted to Apathy” makes a good point about the gender imbalances

Old Rabbits Die Hard

Since the dawn of civilization, aspiring minds have been writing papers that read more or less like the following: The

Join the Club

Now that Harvard has buckled down and set its bureaucratic wheels whirring to take rape seriously, the administration is ready

Crimson Tide

After two-and-a-half years adjusting to the way things go around here, it is still a shock to pick up the

Hot and Heavy

I know that today, being Friday, April 4, is likely to be chill and wet, but I ask you to

Let's Do the Time Warp

Some mornings, as I sit in the dining hall gobbling my grits and cheese and dropping chunks on whatever campus

Harry Lewis and the News

Monday evening brought good news in the form of a personal e-mail from one Harry R. Lewis (bcarroll@fas.harvard.edu) that reads

Columns

Fighting Words

In these troubled times, let us be thankful for House listservs, which are the Birthplace of Democracy. If you thought

Letters

Unjustified Outrage

To the editors: Boy, am I tired of The Crimson’s endless moralizing and trite commentary regarding Suzanne Pomey and Randy

Focus

Still Waiting on A Fair Deal

Last Thursday marked a quiet watershed in labor relations at Harvard University. After a delay of several weeks past the

Straight Talk on Sweatshops

The winter chill is beginning to pierce through our fleeces in fair Cambridge. Thousands of miles away in warmer climates,

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