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State Burns Through Solar Panel Funds

 

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Students Mark AIDS Day

A ribbon shaped from red plastic cups with candles burning inside lit the steps of Memorial Church yesterday evening, and a larger ribbon of red Christmas lights shone from the front of Grays Hall. The candlelight vigil at Memorial Church, followed by the lighting of the ribbon on Grays and a discussion about gay men’s sexual health in the Brazilian immigrant community, was held as a part of the World AIDS Day celebrations, organized by Queer Students and Allies and Global Health and AIDS Coalition.

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Students Campaign Against Stupak Amendment

 

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Twitter May Breed Better Socializers

Having a Twitter account certainly leads to procrastination, but it may also lead to increased social interaction in the real world, according to Dr. Reynol Junco, an associate professor at Lock Haven University in Pennsylvania.

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Ellen Alemany, Forbes 57th Most Powerful Woman, told undergraduates yesterday it’s important to develop a passion.

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UC Debuts Online Campus Room Reservation Tool

Student event organizers grappling with Harvard’s convoluted room reservation process may find their task a bit easier with the debut of the Undergraduate Council’s online room reservation tool.

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Author Talks on Ethics

Alex Voorhoeve, who has written on equality and responsibility and the theory of rational choice, advocated dialogue form over “monologic” writing as a means of grappling with tough ethical questions in a panel discussion held last night at the Barker Center.

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Cabot Masters Announce Plans To Resign Citing Heavy Workload

Cabot House Masters Jay M. Harris and Cheryl L. Harris announced last night that they will resign their posts at the end of the current academic year, citing heavy responsibilities in other areas of their work.

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FM's 15 Most Interesting: Nominate Those 2010ers!

You know who they are...you find out every other week they're leading something new, all the while getting fellowships you've ...

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Cabot Alum Dies at Age 26

An avid rock climber, rower, and chess player, former Cabot House resident and aspiring arborist M. Brooke Halsey ’06 will be remembered by friends and family as a humble “wiry tree spirit” with a profound sense of humor.

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The Harvard University Band performs "Don't Stop Believing" to a cheering crowd at the Harvard Yale pep rally on Thursday, November 19.

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Members of the Harvard Glee Club perform at the Harvard Yale pep rally.

UC Debate
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UC Debate

Johnny Bowman presents his platform at the UC debate on Monday night. Bowman and Hysen debated opponents Hayward and Zhang on hot breakfasts, budget cuts, shuttles, and many other issues that have been important at Harvard recently.