Robert A. Katz
News, But Worthy?
T HE EXTENSIVE coverage by the Harvard student press of Meir Kahane's recent fulminations draws attention to one of the
Lords of the Fly
A MID ALL THE "Storm the Bastille" hoopla that has surrounded the public opening of the Fly Club garden, a
Not So Simple
"N O FREE SPEECH for murderers!" This is a powerful statement, and one that led many protesters Wednesday night to
The Origin of Feces
W HILE WALKING IN the Yard yesterday, I decided to put my foot down. I spent the rest of the
T o create art, according to the popular belief, artists must suffer. We non-artists can, of course, sympathize with the
A new spectre is haunting Harvard College, one that threatens to disrupt equal access to the means of production—the spectre of personal computers.