Paul M. Soper

MY FIRST YEAR 2006
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MY FIRST YEAR 2006

Normally John Harvard is all business, but even the J-Man himself is known to find time for some fun in the sun.

SECURITY GARD
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SECURITY GARD

Since the Crimson faced off against three club teams and Princeton this weekend, senior goaltender Lydia Gardner recieved some rest with freshman Nicola Pearlman playing substantial minutes.

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Harvard Square has changed, but pot has remained a constant.

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The student-run Harvard Square Homeless Shelter, located in the University Lutheran Church, is looking for volunteers for its winter shifts.

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Students report that it is easy to use recreational drugs at Harvard without facing the same repercussions as those off of university grounds.

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The new, 45,000 square foot Quad home for on-campus student organizations.

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Bloody Wednesday
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Bloody Wednesday

Hezzy S. Smith '08 donates blood to the American Red Cross, with the help of technician Sarah Denver in Loker Commons yesterday afternoon.

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Construction continues on a new graduate student dormitory on Cowperthwaite Street. The city announced that it would not renew a Harvard permit to divert trucks from the road. The move leaves students worried about noise.

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BACK IN BUSINESS
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BACK IN BUSINESS

Acting Dean of the Business School Jay O. Light re-opened the Baker Library yesterday, concluding a two-year, $53.4 million renovation project. The first floor now includes numerous 42-inch televisions.

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University President Lawrence H. Summers speaks to the Class of 2009 at Opening Exercises yesterday afternoon.

Adventures in Separation and Spain
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Adventures in Separation and Spain

Dare to Dye
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Dare to Dye

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Dos Besos

A World Cup Malcontent
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A World Cup Malcontent