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Dean Pilbeam Rings Last Call

A little over a week after Harvard undergraduates handed in their study cards, the College greeted them with a sobering

Jared Diamond

Author Jared M. Diamond ’58 has spent years making trips to the wilderness of New Guinea, performing research for books

In First Year, UC Worked To Get Itself Heard

Before the Undergraduate Council’s (UC) founding in 1982, one of the crowning achievements of previous student governments at Harvard had

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‘Dispatch’ Lead Plays Pub

Former Dispatch member Brad Corrigan performed in a crowded Cambridge Queen’s Head Pub last night, in a set interspersed with

Dispatch Member To Perform at Pub

In addition to being serenaded by the Wu Tang Clan and Gavin DeGraw at Yardfest tomorrow, Harvard students will get

Web Site Connects Soldiers with U.S. Civilians To Aid Iraqis

In 2005, Tin-Yun Ho ’07 came across an article through Google News that profiled a civil affairs officer stationed in

Kidd and Fun Czarina Sparkle as Guest Bartenders at Queen’s Head Pub

After a long week of work, Associate Dean of the College Judith H. Kidd donned a multicolored sequin wrap to

Zeroing In on An HIV Vaccine

CORRECTION APPENDED By identifying a novel potential target for treatment, Harvard scientists may have brought us one step closer to

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Paris Nets ’Poon Award

Paris Hilton, who can claim to be a party-girl extraordinaire, world-class socialite, and reality TV star, can now add another

Grant To Fund Genocide Study

The Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government has received over two million dollars from

Gone Are Enrollments of Cosmic Scope

Three days a week, the students in Science A-47, “Cosmic Connections,” descend on Science Center B—the building’s largest lecture hall—for

Mag Honors Star Professor

A Harvard astronomy professor has been named 2007 Scientist of the Year by Discover Magazine. David Charbonneau, who teaches Science

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Frosh ‘Outwits’ Rap Rivals

Six amateur rappers filled Ticknor Lounge with insults and epithets on Saturday as they faced off in Outwit, a freestyle

Dust Causes Quincy Closure

Hungry Quincy House residents were forced to seek sustenance in neighboring Houses Friday as a result of a renovation glitch

Minority Recruitment is Getting Messy

With Prefrosh Weekend looming, minority groups have started their spring scramble to secure hosts for Harvard’s newest admits. It starts

Eldo Kim
Crime

News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

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Track and Cross Country

Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

Protest
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Reconstruction 3.0