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

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Student Outcry Prompts Meeting

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

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Salient Publishes Danish Cartoons

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

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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)

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Currier HoCo Vote Delayed

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

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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

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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

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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

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Who Sucks Now?

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

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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,

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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

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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

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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

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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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For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

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Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance