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Chris Matthews of MSNBC’s “Hardball” speaks in the Kirkland JCR yesterday afternoon as part of a study group led by Institute of Politics Fellow Jennifer Donahue.

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Harvard professor James Wood discusses his latest book, “How Fiction Works,” in a talk with local fans at the Harvard Bookstore last night.

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Students watch the final Presidential Debate between Senators Barack Obama and John McCain at the Student Organization Center at Hilles yesterday.

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Richard J. Goldstone, former chief prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal, told the audience in Tsai Auditorium last night that the line between politics and justice is often blurred in international criminal law.

REPORTING FOR DUTY
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REPORTING FOR DUTY

At the Law School on Wednesday, Sen. John F. Kerry criticized the United States for not taking stronger action on carbon emissions.

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Masha O. Godina ’08 (left) and Delon J. De Metz ’10 played the prim Claudine and the debonaire Edouard in “Take Her, She’s Yours! or Till Divorce Do Us Part,” the latest installment in the yearly Adams House Farcefest.

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