Julian E. Barnes

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Educating Ourselves: A Newspaper's Balancing Act

T he First Amendment to the Constitution awards newspapers a special place in our society. The Constitution gives newspapers great

44 Percent Would Get Top House Choice

The "enhanced choice" housing lottery plan endorsed by the Undergraduate Council last Sunday would enable approximately 44 percent of rising

Preppies Can Change

The staff is right to criticize the members of Eliot House who forced the return of paper cups to the

Summer Enrollment Drops

The total number of students enrolled in the summer school declined slightly this year while the percentage of foreign students

Family Partner issue Debated

A quibble turned into a unbridled yelling match Wednesday as City Councillors traded charges of "political correctness" and "homophobia" over

Council Appoints Drury City Clerk

At a special meeting Wednesday, the City Council appointed temporary city clerk D. Margaret Drury to fill position permanently. The

Voter Registration Declines

The number of people registered to vote in the city so far this year has dipped well below the mark

Ignoring Issues, Seeking Scandals

Every year they say it will be different, but every year it's the same old thing. During each presidential campaign,

City's Hotel Industry Increases 7.1 Percent

BOSTON--Hotel occupancy rates in Cambridge climbed a whopping 7.1 percent this year, signaling that the darkest days of the local