Marc E. Raven


Quad Robberies

Harvard University Police detectives Tuesday night arrested two youths who allegedly robbed two women at gunpoint at Radcliffe Quad earlier


The Blues for Sure

J AKE AND ELWOOD Blues have finally hit the big time. The two orphans from Rock Island, Illinois have survived


Walk for Hunger Draws 3600 For Twenty-Mile Sunday Hike

About 3600 people yesterday traversed a 20-mile route through the Boston area to raise an estimated $182,000 in pledges in


Women's Squash Blanks Tufts In Season's Opening Matches

The Radcliffe varsity squash team won its first match of the season easily yesterday, blitzing an outclassed Tufts squad, 7-0.


Hot Chili

A container of burning chili producing heavy smoke caused a fire alarm and the partial evacuation of the low-rise section


Epps Tells Class of '81 To Restage CHUL Vote

The Freshman Council elections committee must restage Monday's runoff election for representatives to the Committee on Houses and Undergraduate Life


Waterballers Splash Past Yale But Run Aground Against MIT

After a long wet day, a wrinkled but much-improved water polo team surfaced Saturday with an 8-7 upset win over


Group Opposes Kent State Gym

Several Harvard students have formed a committee to oppose the construction of a gymnasium on Kent State University's Blanket Hill,


WHRB Sports Director Quits In Dispute Over Station Policy

WHRB radio sports director Jay Pearlman '78 yesterday announced his resignation effective November 12, criticizing what he called the station's

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Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art


ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

Reshuffling the Caseload

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