Andrew A. Green

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Speak in Hard Words

M any events and trends over the last four years have annoyed me to no end, but one letter to

A Treatise on the Millennium

I have, over the course of the last year, become strongly displeased with the thinking of this campus. I have

College Grad Job Market Best in Years

There's good news for the Class of 1998 this spring--the strongest job market in years. According to a study published

Firm Uses Mass E-Mail to Target 1,382 Seniors

One thousand, three hundred and eighty-two seniors found a surprise in their e-mail inboxes today: an unsolicited message recruiting students

China's Jiang Likely to Include Harvard in Visit

Harvard officials are working to bring Chinese President Jiang Zemin to campus at the end of the month as part

Crimson Wisdom

Eric Nelson Not bad. For a Crimson editor, anyway. But where's Grimmelmann? And Gramm and Rudman? David Goodman   Open the

Bicyclist, Car Collide

A woman riding her bicycle east on Mass. Ave. collided with a car turning left off Plympton Street just before

University Reviewing HMC's Ties to Harvard

Harvard Management Co. (HMC), the group responsible for managing Harvard's multi-million dollar endowment, is undergoing an inter review and investigating

Rudenstine Plans to Release Data to U.S. News

President Neil L. Rudenstine said in an interview yesterday that he is sympathetic to the burgeoning nation-wide student coalition attempting

Plans Underway For International Studies Complex

Preliminary plans are underway to build an international studies center to incorporate existing international research institutes and the Department of

Federal Gov't Increases Funds For Education

In what some call election-year pandering, federal funding for higher education was increased again in the latest budget signed by

Rudenstine Discusses Plans

President Neil L. Rudenstine released a letter to the Harvard community yesterday outlining plans and projects for this year. The

Coalition Will Try To Alter U.S. News Ranking System

A Stanford-led coalition of students at universities across the nation is fighting to force U.S. News and World Report to


Cambridge residents are accustomed to having an experienced legislator represent them on Beacon Hill. Former U.S. House Speaker Thomas "Tip"

East Cambridge Woman Raped, Robbed in Home

In the second such incident in recent weeks, a home invasion and rape were committed in East Cambridge Saturday, according