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Daniel M. Steinman

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Core Curriculum Still Controversial

In the September 1990 issue of The Atlantic, a Harvard alumnus attacked the Core: "The [Core] areas themselves are odd


CRIMSON NOTEBOOK

In spite of a weak year, the Harvard field hockey team still managed to contribute three players to the 1992


Union Demonstrates in Costume

More than 75 members of the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers marched in costume last night to the


News From the Nation's Colleges

College Updates Controversial Civility Code to Affrim Freedom of Speech Columbia College announced this week that it will revise a


University to Give Grant Money to Cambridge

President Neil L. Rudenstine announced last week a landmark University-city joint effort to strengthen Cambridge's high school biology program. In


Spousal Rights Approved For Domestic Partners

The City Council voted to extend spousal privileges to unmarried domestic partners by a five-to-four vote Monday night. With the


Mailer Speaks on America

Pulitzer-Prize-winning author Norman K. Mailer '43 delighted an audience of more than 100 in Emerson Hall this weekend, reading an


Novello Speaks at K-School

The U.S. Surgeon-General attacked under-age alcohol consumption and substandard medical treatment of women in a passionate speech last night to


Law Review Reeling After Spoof Issue

Nearly a week after a Harvard Law Review parody of an article by the late Mary Joe Frug was leaked