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A Self-Conscious College

I hesitate to call our community an abnormal one because as far as colleges go, it is the only one

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Shutting Down the Axis

If I were Saddam Hussein, I wouldn’t be sleeping well at night. President George W. Bush seems determined to make

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Thesis This

It’s mighty rough trying to talk to seniors these days. Most of us still fret about what we’re doing next

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Mutual Benefits

Meet Lawrence H. Summers’ new buddy: Sujean S. Lee ’03. The two most beleaguered leaders on campus are scratching each

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Violence and Valentine’s

“On Valentine’s Day, Remember Survivors of Sexual Assault.” Over the past week, this message was plastered across campus in a

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The Humanities at Harvard

Goodbye, Jeremy Knowles. Hello, who? Between now and June, President Lawrence H. Summers will probably announce who will take Jeremy

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Something to Talk About

Running on Valentine’s Day is a columnist’s worst nightmare. Undoubtedly, the majority of my readers have temporarily morphed into bitter,

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How Not To Run a Company

A popular business book published in the last few years carries the intriguing title, First, Break All the Rules. While

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Letter to Sharon

To: Prime Minister Ariel Sharon From: F.W. de Klerk, former President of South Africa (1989-1994) Dear Ariel, You may not

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One Building, One Man

The Harvard cogs that invisibly rule your life—deans named Jeremy, Harry and David—would like you to believe that they do

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What Do You Do?

In early January, two days into the new year, I stopped at Subway at 8 p.m. to buy a sandwich.

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Judge the Book by Its Cover

Thursday night at 12:01 a.m. The Women’s Guide to Harvard landed with a thud in my DeWolfe doorbox—five days after

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Torture, Civil Libertarian Style

Four weeks ago, civil libertarians thought Frankfurter Professor of Law Alan M. Dershowitz was in their ideological camp. Now they

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You Pay for What You Get

If I could ask the infamous Suzanne M. Pomey ‘02 and the enigmatic Randy J. Gomes ‘02 just one question,

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Guilty Pleasures

You want a Harvard soap opera? You can finally change the channel from Fletcher University Professor Cornel R. West ’74.

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