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Editorials

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Don’t Discourage Donors

Harvard is certainly an institution that deserves and effectively utilizes the gifts it receives from its supporters.

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More is More

While shrinking summer might make fifth graders gasp in horror, it is also could be an important step in revitalizing American public schools.

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On a Pill and a Prayer

What the growing placebo effect shows is not so much the failure of modern medicine as much as the success of the modern production of beliefs.

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Intra-Curricular

The American education system needs to innovate—and bring enrichment into the classroom, where it belongs.

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Greener Grass at Harvard

Harvard’s grass initiative is not only helping preserve the environment but also cutting unnecessary costs.

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House Keeping

In light of the fact that the university has experienced a 30 percent drop in its endowment and a decline in tuition and donation revenue, it is admirable that it has managed to keep financing for the housing project in order.

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Taming Tehran

The addition of Russian support in the effort to stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons is a major victory for the U.S.

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Money in the Bank

FAS has now launched an online Idea Bank inviting students, faculty members, and the community to submit their budget cut ideas and rate those of others.We are glad to see the administration request student and faculty input in this process.

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Predictions

American Neo-Nazi Weekly will face widespread condemnation for publishing an ad that encourages readers to subscribe to The Harvard Crimson. ...

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Men's Hockey Wins ECAC Championship

ALBANY, N.Y.—It came full circle here last night. Same championship game. Same end of the ice. Same time remaining. Just

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disjecta

Dear Thursday Self, Do you remember that stupid letter-writing assignment you had in sixth grade? You were supposed to write

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A Welcome Addition

After dragging its little departmental feet for several weeks, the Faculty has finally adopted the proposed concentration program in Social Studies.

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Freshman Seminars

Seminars should not be a quick route to 200 level courses, nor should they simply put students in the same room with someone doing original research.

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