Thea S. Morton

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Row Over Roe
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Row Over Roe

Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators marched in Washington, D.C. last weekend to protest President Bush’s policies on abortion. Among the protestors were roughly 40 Harvard students from Students for Choice.

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Fashionistas Wow and Woe on the Oscar Red Carpet

The Academy Awards for fashion mavens is what the Superbowl is for alcoholics—a legitimate excuse to overindulge in a favorite

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NO MORE 'SEX'
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NO MORE 'SEX'

SungMi A. Choi ’06, left, Andrew C. Stillman ’06, Camille E. Powe ’06 and Kara A. Lyons ’04, dressed as their favorite “Sex and the City” characters, rented a room at the Charles Hotel last night to watch the final episode on HBO.

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Dunster House Co-Master Ann Porter chats with Miranda Dietz ’06 at the first annual Queer-Straight Social in the Dunster Small Dining Room last night. Dunster also appointed two resident BGLTS tutors last week.

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Real Taco closed in December, and its storefront is currently borded up. A new taqueria from the owner of Anna’s is slated to open in late March.

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Former Clinton cabinet members Madeleine K. Albright and Robert E. Rubin ’60 sign copies of their new books at the First Parish Church Monday night.

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About 35 members of the Tibetan Association of Boston protest yesterday outside Lamont Library, where the Administrative Board admonished Meghan C. Howard ’04 for interrupting the Chinese Premier’s December speech.

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Visual Arts

Art House

Youth Homelessness in the Square
Harvard Square

For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

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Johnston Gate Arts Cover
Arts

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance