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Houses Compete in Bid For ‘Risk’ Supremacy

Currier armies attacked Cabot territory, while Eliot conquered part of neighboring Kirkland as open warfare broke out among Harvard College’s

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Petersen Calls for Vote on Calendar

Undergraduate Council President Ryan A. Petersen ’08 last night called for a College-wide referendum next week to consider the issue

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Jihadist’s Daughter Advocates for Israel

The daughter of a “shahid”—a martyr—sharply criticized extremist jihads last night, asking people to speak out in support of Israel

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Fair Publicizes Women's Groups

More than 30 organizations, along with pizza, cookies, and cake, greeted mostly female students at the first-ever Women’s Community Fair

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For Hadfield, a Second Chance

Last year, Tom D. Hadfield ’08 entered the Undergraduate Council race as the underdog. With considerably less name recognition than

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Server Crash Slows College for Seven Hours

Harvard returned to a pre-e-mail age yesterday when the Faculty of Arts and Sciences servers malfunctioned. Users of IMAP e-mail

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Season Opens with World Premiere

Freshmen who brought their parents to Friday evening’s concert in Sanders Theatre—hoping for a stimulating diversion from the stress of

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Puppeteers and Protesters

A puppet show at the Peabody Museum celebrating the Mexican Day of the Dead became the scene of protests denouncing

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IOP: Youth Vote May Tilt Balance

Young voters are overwhelmingly opposed to current Bush administration policies, and they are expected to express those views in record

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State Dept. Defends Policy

A State Department official defended U.S. policy in Lebanon, while some audience members said that the Bush administration hadn’t done

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A World Cup Malcontent

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Then Rain Comes

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Rainy Day Impression

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Saudade, or Nostalgia