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Timothy L. Warren

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College Proposes Campus-Wide Ban on Halogen Lamps

The College will likely expand its ban on halogen lamps in first-year dorms to all upper-class Houses once it finishes

Fifteen Minutes: Smokin' With Billy: The Passions and (Extended) Family of a Harvard Guard

Billy Duarte arrives at Mather House at 5 p.m. In a large bag, he carries cigars of varying size, shape

Fifteen Minutes: At Work, At Home With Vicky

Katerina's story started, "The soldier has too many clothes," but she had no idea what to write next. The nine-year

Harvard Endorses Rhodes, Marshall Candidates

Harvard University endorsed the candidacies of 33 applicants for Rhodes Scholarships and 29 applicants for Marshall Scholarships Thursday night. Eighty-two

Workers Restore Bell to Memorial Church Following Loss of Clapper

Late sleepers in Canaday Hall beware--the Memorial Church bell will soon ring again. The bell, which has not rung since

Anthropology Professor Defends Rigoberta Menchu

Professor of Anthropology Kay B. Warren defended Rigoberta Menchu's autobiography as a testimonial of a shared Mayan experience in a

Two Students Mugged Outside Mather House

Three men, one of whom brandished a knife, mugged two Mather House residents in the House courtyard early Friday evening.

Memorial Church Bell Silent After Winds Cause Damage

To the chagrin of University officials and the glee of many Canaday Hall residents, a 100-pound piece of the Memorial

Reich, Workers Decry Sweatshops

Below a large banner with "No Sweat" written in bright red letters, former Secretary of Labor Robert B. Reich and