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Phi Beta Kappa Inducts Twelve Harvard Men

The Phi Beta Kappa Alpha Chapter announced this week the election of 12 Harvard men to the academic honor society.

Two Take Blame For Frug Parody

Two Harvard Law Review editors stepped forward yesterday not apologized to the Law School community for writing a controversial parody

Crucial Win for Clinton

NEW YORK--Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton cleared a crucial hurdle on his path to the Democratic presidential nomination yesterday, sweeping four

Law Students Stage Surprise Sit-In

Sixteen Law School students crowded into the office of Professor of Law Reiner H. Kraakman yesterday afternoon and staged the

Harvard Supports Tsongas

Nearly one half of all Harvard students who describe themselves as Democrats support former Massachusetts Sen. Paul E. Tsongas in

JOB #1: Keep The $ Rolling In

For the past several decades, if not centuries, the University's finances have been organized to preserve the virtual independence of

But Where's the Beef?

You can get McNuggets in Moscow's Red-Square, a tasty Filet-O-Fish on the Champs Elysees in Paris, and a juicy Big

Japanese Religious Leader Visits Rudenstine

A Japanese religious leader toured the Harvard campus and paid a courtesy call to President Neil L. Rudenstine yesterday. Daisaku

Rudenstine Suggests Cookout

President Neil L. Rudenstine apologized for missing the annual president's tea with first-year students and plans to make up for