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Harvard Couples Marry

Six years after they walked down the aisle in Memorial Church’s first commitment ceremony, Robert L. Parlin ’85 and his

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Gay Staff Couples to Keep Benefits

Though many Massachusetts employers plan to cut off same-sex domestic partnership benefits once gay marriages begins in the state next

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Harvard Queer Issues Magazine Debuts

It’s queer, period. And Harvard’s first literary and cultural journal dedicated to queer issues is also the first intercollegiate publication

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‘Gaypril’ Commences With Open Mic

About 30 students gathered in Boylston Hall last night to kick off “Gaypril,” a month set to include gay pride

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Homosexuality Criticized in Debate

Theory met practice as an evangelical theologian and a gay rights lobbyist squared off on the issue of same-sex marriage

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Grolier Book Shop To Close

The book is about to close on the nation’s oldest all-poetry store, as the Grolier Poetry Book Shop is forced

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Believers Flock To Crying Mary Statue

A hand-painted, blue and white statue of the Virgin Mary burst into tears on Feb. 9 and has been crying

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Some area residents believe this statue of the Virgin Mary, outside Medford’s Sacred Heart Church, has been crying since Feb. 9.

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Harvard Presents Report to Cambridge

University officials presented their annual “town-gown” report to the Cambridge City Planning Board last night, but stopped short of outlining

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Dunster Names New Resident BGLTS Tutors

Following allegations of harassment and discrimination against the queer community in Dunster House, House Masters Roger and Ann Porter appointed

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Real Estate Exec Named New Property Manager

A veteran real estate executive will take over as Harvard’s manager of property, including new land in Allston, the University

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Soph Nominated for Grammy

While 50 Cent is celebrating his first chance to win a Grammy, Han-Na Chang ’06 is packing her bags for

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100 Reasons: Barro-Adams Have Long List

Joshua A. Barro ’05 hustles into the Adams House dining hall in a crisp, dark gray suit and crimson tie.

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Global Health Symposium Draws Experts

Experts on international health are converging on Cambridge this weekend in an attempt to pique students’ interest in topics ranging

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City Council: Election 2003

Questions: 1. One of the key issues that came before the current city council was the vote on the Riverside

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Rainy Day Impression

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Saudade, or Nostalgia

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Unlocking the Map