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Winthrop residents watch the Patriots vs. Colts game yesterday evening. The Indianapolis Colts beat the New England Patriots 38-34 and will meet the Chicago Bears at Super Bowl XLI in Miami on Feb. 4.

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<font size=2> <p align=left>Mohammad Khatami, former President of Iran, speaks at the John F. Kennedy Forum yesterday, on the eve of the fifth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.</p></font>

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Although Harvard has been slow to spend the $50 million, it has spent a significant amount of time surveying faculty and reviewing tenure appointments. Many professors say this is an important jumping off point for further change.

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MIT student Shakeel Avadhany ‘09 performs at Saptaswara, a celebration of world music bringing together Indian, Gypsy, bluegrass, and western classical, during Arts First Weekend, on the Harvard Yard Stage.

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Stefan A. Zebrowski-Rubin ’08, along with residents from Leverett, Dunster, and Mather, paint a community mural to turn the construction project that runs the length of Cowperthwaite Street into a public art display. Stefan A. Zebrowski-Rubin ‘08 paints t

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