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Scot Lehigh

Free speech at Harvard

By Scot Lehigh
Globe Columnist / February 25, 2009

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Why should non-Harvard types care about an election for Harvard's Board of Overseers? Because two outspoken candidates are trying to storm the gates, arguing that the storied university needs to embrace free speech unambiguously, reform its disciplinary procedures, and focus more on its students. (Full article: 677 words)

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