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Sun Power Lights the Art World

Music was in the air in Harvard Yard this Saturday as the Harvard Callbacks, the Harvard Opportunes and others performed

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Historians Debate Imperialism

A history professor joining the Harvard faculty this summer called the United States on Saturday an “Empire of denial,” and

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Poker, Anyone?

Late Tuesday night, chips were served without burgers at the Kirkland Grille. They were being passed around in a game

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Harvard China Care Provides Comfort to Adopted Children

On a Saturday morning earlier this month, a group of Harvard students met at a local church to help adopted

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Making Up Valentine’s Day

Most people give red roses or carnations on Valentine’s Day, but this year a group of Harvard undergraduates gave colorful

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Piano Prodigy Named USA All-Star

Chia-Jung Tsay ’04 was named to the USA Today College Academic All-Stars first team last week, while four other Harvard

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Site Lets Elis Share Music Files

A new website facilitating the sharing of thousands of music titles is up and running at Yale University. Matt Morello,

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Harvard Affiliates Discover Possible SARS Cure

Within six months of discovering the virus, a research team including two Harvard scientists has isolated a protein that attacks

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Hopefuls for Green Party Presidential Nomination Debate at KSG

Green Party presidential candidates gathered at the Kennedy School of Government last week to debate but spent most of the

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Transgender Supporters Mark Remembrance Day

BOSTON—Members of Boston’s transgender community gathered last night as part of an annual effort to remember the victims of violence

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Show Puts ‘Haute’ Looks on Display

Student models brought fashion high and low to Harvard Friday night with “Haute,” a charitable fashion show featuring styles ranging

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Panel Examines Women's Role in World Peacekeeping

Women can act as a bridge between warring parties in the world’s worst conflicts, a panel of women peace builders

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Greek Ambassador Touts His Country

As cranes and bulldozers continue to prepare Athens for next summer’s Olympic Games, the Greek ambassador to the U.S. sang

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Edward Said, Vocal Palestinian Advocate and Scholar, Dies at 67

Edward Said, a prominent Columbia University professor who was a vocal and often controversial advocate for the Palestinian cause, died

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