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Scholars Assess Harassment Law

Lawyers, politicians and citizens left the Anita Hill/Clarence Thomas hearings last month with a heightened awareness of the issue of

Class of '66: Liberal and Satisfied

Still politically liberal, the Class of 1966 is satisfied with life and derives happiness from family, according to a poll

Work-Study Grants Cut For Summer Applicants

For the first time since 1984, the financial aid office will be unable to give summer work-study grants to all

New Black Journal Focuses on Politics

In an effort to unify the Black community at Harvard, the African American Cultural Center (AACC) is producing a new

As One Flag Comes Down, Issue Remains

Although Timothy P. McCormack '92 last week removed from his suite the Confederate flag that has sparked much controversy on

After Fire, Residents Will Return to Prescott

Some residents of the Harvard-owned Prescott Hall, which was partially gutted by a fire Wednesday, will be unable to move

Observatory Earns $87M Contract

The federal government has signed an estimated $86.7 million contract with a local observatory with close ties to Harvard to

Magazine to Examine Philosophical Questions

While most student publications at Harvard address topical and timely issues, one new magazine aims to examine philosophical questions and