"Commencement Choice: Dr. Who?"; "Varmus is Substantial"
Editors at Harvard's student newspaper, The Crimson, complained when Varmus was selected to be the 1996 commencement speaker
(and receive an honorary doctorate); they didn't think him "glamorous" enough, and expected that graduating students
would be similarly disappointed. Dissenting writers expressed their views more briefly on the same page.
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1996-04-10 (April 10, 1996)
Brody, Anne L.
Lerer, Justin D.
Periodical: Brody, Anne L., and Justin D. Lerer. "Commencement Choice: Dr. Who?"; "Varmus is Substantial". The Harvard
Crimson, (10 April 1996). Article. Newspaper Column. 1 Image.
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