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Dan R. Rasmussen

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The Growing Gambling Problem

In mid-October, Kevin J. H. Paik ’07 decided to call it quits—he’d tried to limit himself, but still found himself

Student Outcry Prompts Meeting

In a meeting with several Muslim undergraduates last Friday, Dean of the College Benedict H. Gross ’71 promised to work

Salient Publishes Danish Cartoons

With riots raging across the Muslim world over the publication of Danish cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad, the editors of

At Last, Currier Chairs Elected

Chris S. Cullen ’07 and Techrosette Leng ’07 emerged as the winners in the hotly contested Currier House Committee (HoCo)

Currier HoCo Vote Delayed

House Master Joseph L. Badaracco announced Friday that Currier House will be scrapping the results of three earlier rounds of

Prince Alwaleed’s Grant Reflects Post-Sept. 11 Effort to Bridge Gap Between East and West

After Sept. 11, Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Alsaud observed a wedge being driven between his native culture and

Use of $20M Donation Debated

Professors and administrators said yesterday that the Islamic studies program newly endowed by Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal bin

Students Work To Bring Down Alito

Only six students attended the introductory meeting for the Harvard chapter of Law Students Against Alito last night—but the chapter’s

Who Sucks Now?

The Yalies’ prank attempt at The Game was but a pale, failed echo of last year’s epoch in prank history.

Harvard Rarely Punishes Student Drug Use

Several times a week, Joe and his blockmates stuff towels under their door, open the windows, turn on a fan,

Profs at Odds Over Drug Threat

Harvard Medical School (HMS) professors are questioning a colleague’s court testimony that there is no link between the short-term use

U. Penn Senior Commits Suicide

Kyle Ambrogi, a 21-year-old senior running back on the University of Pennsylvania football team, committed suicide last Monday in his

Junior Class Committee To Form

The Office of the Dean of Harvard College is looking for a few good members of the Class of 2007

Professor’s Research Reignites Fluoride-Cancer Correlation Debate With New Research

A Harvard professor’s testimony to the government on the effects of adding fluoride to tap water has inflamed a 60-year-long

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