Gil B. Lahav

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Playing With Fire

T his June, President Clinton and Congress must decide whether to renew China's Most Favored Nation (MFN) trading status. While

A Taxonomy of Harvard

D o not be alarmed. What you are about to read may offend you. But that isn't altogether tragic, since

The Paper Thieves

D oes taking free newspapers to prevent others from reading them constitute an act of speech protected by the First

Say No To Speech Codes

H arvard Law recently passed hate speech measures that threaten to limit the liberty of its students, professors and administrators.

Dershowitz Calls for Inquiry

In an interview yesterday, Harvard Professor of Law Alan M. Dershowitz called for a full investigation of the events that

The Grouping of Grades

N obody likes to be pigeonholed, especially when that pigeonhole is supposed to reflect one's academic abilities. Unfortunately, hierarchical categorization

Fatally Funny

directed by Carl Reiner produced by Pieter Jan Brugge Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer W hat do you get when you blend the female

A Green Light to the Environment

I n a capitalist economy, what is the best way to encourage the usage of environmentally sound products? By making

HIPAC Wants Embassy Moved

The Harvard Israel Public Affairs Committee (HIPAC) tabled in front of Widener Library yesterday, soliciting signatures asking President-elect Bill Clinton

Students Rally for Audobon

Students rallied at Columbia University on Monday and blocked access to classrooms and offices to save the building in which

The Core of the Problem

W hat could be worse than a cold toilet seat in the morning? An eight-semester curriculum designed by the Committee

A Goyish Election

A s an enthusiastic political neophyte in the Harvard polis, I was particularly disappointed by the relatively undemocratic nature of