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On-Campus Living Ups Meningitis Risk

College students living on campus are three times more likely to develop bacterial meningitis than people their age who do

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Alumnae Group Gives To Lamont

Undergraduates will be able to enjoy a renovated Lamont Library in the future, thanks in part to a recent donation

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Ford Will Join IOP As Visiting Fellow

In addition to the seven regular fellows joining the Institute of Politics (IOP) this semester, former president Gerald R. Ford

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Houses, Yard Will Have Cable By January

In a move student leaders hope will be the first step toward cable in their rooms, Dean of the College

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Study Finds Folate May Lower Cancer Risk

A recent study by several researchers at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital found that long-term multivitamin use

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After Shepard's Death, Masters Reaffirm Need for Tolerance

After the death of Matthew Shepard, Harvard's House masters responded quickly last week to reassure members of the gay community

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HBS Offers Web Job Help

Harvard Business School (HBS) students can now schedule job interviews over the World Wide Web, thanks to a new service

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Burglars Hit Adams; Fifth Time in Past Two Weeks

An attempted burglary in an Adams House suite this past Tuesday was just the latest in a series of burglaries

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Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

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VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

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