Jal D. Mehta

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Goff Uses Art, Academics to Bridge Racial Divide

Phillip Atiba Goff '99 has a calling. As he sees it, contemporary black America is analogous to a rape victim,

Deconstructing Harvard

O ver the past four years, as first a reporter and then College editor at The Crimson, I have seen

Looking for Community on the FM Dial

L ike many Harvard seniors, I have no idea where I am going to be next year, or what I

Avoiding a Path to Nowhere

I -banking and consulting. Consulting and I-banking. I-banking vs. consulting. What more could be on a Harvard senior's mind on

Guinier Promotes New Vision of Social Justice

In her first public appearance at Harvard since her acceptance of a tenured professorship at Harvard Law School, Lani Guinier

Survey Reveals Persistent Racial Divisions

Organizing a dialogue on race has been a lot more complicated than President Clinton ever thought. But perhaps no one

Poll Attempts an Unbiased Methodology

How to make a responsible survey? For those at the Institute of Politics (IOP) it was more difficult than it

Vote Redmond or Verma

Kamil E. Redmond '00 can take attendance and flip burgers with the best of them. But Redmond has shown a


If a Buddhist monk self-immolated himself, would he be acting rationally within his own preference system, or would it be

Chuck D Urges Crowd To Fight Media Power

Controversial rapper and outspoken cultural critic Chuck D, a man who Cornel R. West '74 called the "freedom fighter of

College Newspapers Sign Petition Condemning Iowa Paper

Forty-five college newspapers have signed a petition condemning a legal complaint brought by a professional newspaper against a college paper.

ROTC Students Struggle to Reconcile Careers and Military

F lying a fighter plane through enemy territory and playing Top Gun in real life is a dream Jeff H.

Law Professor To Return After Heart Valve Operation

Law school Professor and Massachusetts Supreme Court Justice Charles Fried is reported to be in good condition after undergoing heart

Gates on Leave to Host Films On Africa

Skip Gates has a new project. This semester, the chair of Harvard's Afro-American Studies Department is taking a leave from

CUEmmunity Service Awards

T he post-internship blues were setting in when we let our fingers do the schlepping through the 1997-98 Course Catalog.