Vilsa E. Curto

SINGING TO NEW HEIGHTS
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SINGING TO NEW HEIGHTS

Students sang Marvin Gaye’s classic, “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” at the Cambridge Queen’s Head Pub last night as part of the Karaoke Night sponsored by the First Year Social Committee and the Freshman Dean’s Office.

FOXY MEN
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FOXY MEN

New members of the Fox Club perform a sequence from the cheerleading film, "Bring It On," by the Science Center yesterday morning.

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Student supporters of Giuliani, Romney, McCain, Huckabee, Thompson, and Paul debated in Sever Hall last night about the presidential campaign issues.

SERVING UP SOME SUN-SHINE
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SERVING UP SOME SUN-SHINE

Near freezing temperatures by the Science Center yesterday afternoon did not deter Troy C. Murrell '09, Walter E. Howell '09, or Ryan C. Hackett '09, left to right, from campaigning for the Sundquist-Sarafa ticket.

REPUBLICAN STUDENTS LEAD MOCK DEBATE
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REPUBLICAN STUDENTS LEAD MOCK DEBATE

Student supporters of Giuliani, Romney, McCain, Huckabee, Thompson, and Paul debated in Sever Hall last night about the presidential campaign issues.

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Yesterday morning, Susan E. Maya ‘08 and Jaclyn B. Granick ‘08 played taboo using cards with topics related to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

FOUNDER’S FLUSH
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FOUNDER’S FLUSH

The John Harvard statue falls prey once again to pranksters who created an outhouse for the man whose library started the University.

BIG PAPA'
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BIG PAPA'

Senior diver Samantha Papadakis, shown here in earlier action, recorded 18 points for Harvard by winning both the one- and three-meter diving events. The Crimson lost the first two events of the day but came back to defeat the Lions, 170.5-129.5, at Uris

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President Faust celebrates the Crimson victory over Yale. She spoke to Harvard coach Tim Murphy and other notables after the game.

WHAT LIES BENEATH
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WHAT LIES BENEATH

Students in Anthropology 1130, “The Archaeology of Harvard Yard,” dig for 17th-century artifacts in front of Matthews Hall yesterday afternoon. The location was the site of the Harvard Indian College from 1655-1698.

MOSLEY’S MUSINGS
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MOSLEY’S MUSINGS

U.S. Ambassador to New Zealand, former U.S. Senator, and current IOP Visiting Fellow Carol Moseley Braun spoke with students at the Harvard College Women’s Center yesterday afternoon.

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Students in the ROTC program rehearse yesterday in Tercentenary Theatre for their procession at the Friday installation ceremony for Harvard University President Drew G. Faust.

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