T he statue of John Harvard bears no reference to veritas. Too bad. If it did, the Crimson Key tours
J ust hours into his presidency, Bill Clinton had 11 official balls to attend-including one honoring his native Arkansas. But
WASHINGTON--Bill Clinton, who displayed a keen instinct for symbolism in his run for the presidency, showed yesterday that he would
WASHINGTON--Four months after his election-day victory, Bill Clinton yesterday took the presidential oath of office, delivered a poetic inaugural address
WASHINGTON--Close to 5,000 high school and college students packed a George Washington University auditorium yesterday for a "youth town meeting."
WASHINGTON--Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton will assume the presidency at noon today, after he is sworn in by Chief Justice William
A cold February morning last year, I was woken up by a call from then Crimson Managing Editor Brian Hecht.
A t my high school, where everyone knew each other and gossiped and skipped classes slyly and with caution, my
I n his 1987 release, This Note's For You, Neil Young took a lyrical stab at Eric Clapton, who sold
M y dad wants to know if I've gone to see Alan Dershowitz. He asks every other week. Enough. Enough,