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If You Were Cool, Your Weekend Would Entail All This...

Howdy folks, here's your weekend roundup of all things arts. You'll be so cultured, you'll be like yogurt. On Campus:

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Mirah

“I want to start a fire / in your heart tonight / Oh tell me why do I so yearn

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PBHA Hosts Environmental Justice Events

Throughout the University’s weeklong sustainability celebration, the Phillip Brooks House Association sought to bring global environmental problems down to the

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Back at Harvard, Gore Envisions Green Future

Former Vice President Al Gore ’69 spoke to a massive crowd in Harvard Yard yesterday about both the dire risks

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Students Flock to Theatre as Harvard Unveils New Sustainability Office

With temperatures an inconveniently cold 43 degrees, global warming wasn’t very evident in Cambridge yesterday when over 8,000 people packed

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Fowler-Finn Suddenly Resigns

In a surprise statement, Cambridge Public Schools Superintendent Thomas D. Fowler-Finn announced Tuesday night that he will step down in

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Teaching for American in Iraq

What can one American do in Iraq—a civilian who may be ambiguous about the war, but feels an obligation to

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Square Shelter Celebrates 25th Birthday

When James Shearer arrived at the Harvard Square Homeless Shelter, he was without a job and living on the streets.

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Moses Takes Long View of Race History

Civil rights luminary Robert P. Moses gave his audience a lesson in constitutional history yesterday, tracing the expansion of American

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Pudding Roasts Walken

Even when asked to dance wearing a pointed brassiere, a wig, and heels, actor Christopher Walken kept his cool at

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Schools Superintendent Gets New Contract

In a vote that reflected divisions among Cambridge residents, the city’s School Committee narrowly approved a contract extension for Superintendent

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Simmons Elected Cambridge Mayor

Denise Simmons won the Cambridge mayorship in a unanimous vote this week, becoming the first African-American woman to hold the

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Students, Faculty Pledge Aid for Kenyan Victims

As violence in Kenya continues in the wake of last month’s disputed election, Kenyan students and faculty are putting aside

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Influential Harvard Epidemiologist Dies

Brian MacMahon, who served as chair of epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health for 31 years, died last

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Students Abroad Hurt by Slumping Dollar

Harvard may have invented its own currency, but Crimson cash won’t get you far in Europe. This semester, students studying

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Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

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