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Silber May Be Seeking Dem State Party Chair

John R. Silber, the volcanic Democratic nominee for governor, has only a few weeks left on his year-long leave as

Seniors Move On, Lazily

First, an apology: This column is not well-reported. I wasted too much time being a second-semester senior. I was supposed

The Harvard Crimson: What Is to Be Done?

T hree years ago this month, on the night the U.S. launched an air war against Iraq, I scampered through

Print the Names

A t The Crimson, we often have to decide whether to print someone's name, or even to print certain specific

Of Fear and Fear Brokers

T hese days, when people think of South Florida, they think of dead tourists. Anyone planning to move there should

Page One and Page Two

T he much-publicized, controversial remarks by Professor Harvey C. Mansfield Jr. '53 have once again focused campus discussion on the

Tribe In Running To Be Clinton's Solicitor General

Tyler Professor of Constitutional Law Laurence H. Tribe '62 is one of three or four candidates remaining for solicitor general.

Fund Campaign to Be University-Wide

Outlining the first concrete plan for a more financially collaborative University, President Neil L. Rudenstine said yesterday that Harvard's 10

Psst! Wanna Buy Harvard?

S ome schools are named for presidents. Others take the name of their founders. Harvard, though, is named for some

University to Probe Harassment Charges

After months of denial and finger-pointing by University officials, President Neil L. Rudenstine said yesterday he will ask the general

Bishop Tutu Steps Down From Board of Overseers

South African Archbishop Desmond M. Tutu, an outspoken critic of the University's investment policies in South Africa, stepped down from


W hen President Neil L. Rudenstine stepped into office last July, the contrast with his predecessor, Derek C., Bok, seemed


When Harvard-Radcliffe Alumni Against Apartheid (HRAAA) was formed in 1986, one of its primary goals was to elect pro-divestment candidates

Private Clubs, Public Violence

T HE LATEST HARVARD symbol of choice is a black hat that reads "FCS." Ask someone wearing one, they'll tell

Harvard's Admissions Yield Again on the Rise

Seventy-six percent of those accepted into the class of 1996 have decided to matriculate into the College, marking the third