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About two weeks ago, The Crimson ran a series of articles about the Lynx, a new all-female social club on

The Reader's Representative

"Ombudsperson" is perhaps the clunkiest word in the English language. A gender-neutralized version of the Swedish word for "intermediary," the

CCR Organizes `Diversity Day'

Poetry authored by students, renditions of Bette Midler's "From A Distance" and a panel on faculty diversity were all part

Ginsburg Speaks At Law Reunion

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg told 700 Harvard Law School alumnae on Saturday that it has been "grand"

Crimson Executives Censure President

After a summer of intense debate, The Crimson's executive board voted Sunday to censure Crimson President Ira E. Stoll '94

Ogletree Article Rumors Renew Charges of Racism at Law Review

An article in GQ magazine this year attracted a lot of attention on campus by calling "racism, sexism and homophobia"

Bell Keeps a Record of Principled Departures

Derrick A. Bell has cultivated a fair for the dramatic exit. In 1990, he took an unpaid leave from Harvard,

Quiet Spring Belies Subtle Shift in Clark's Attitude on Diversity

On April 14, 1993, the Law School community was flabbergasted. In their mailboxes in Harkness Commons, law students found a

Reno Urges Legal 'Accessibility'

U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno urged the Law School graduating class to "develop new, innovative and bold proposals to make