Ana P. Gantman

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Bookstores Galore

CORRECTION APPENDED At the Harvard Coop, a “used” sticker marks a book whose age and previous ownership entitles the buyer

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Reopened MAC Gym Sports Subtle Changes

There’s that new-paint smell and some spiffier bathrooms, but the improvements to the Malkin Athletic Center (MAC) are mostly too

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Viva La Revolución!

Somewhere between the Kong and the Crêperie, a revolution may be stirring. Revolution Books has inhabited various Cambridge locations since

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You’ve Got New Corporate Friends

Blockbuster and Coca-Cola want to be your friend. Earlier this week, Facebook launched an advertising application that gives Facebook profile

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15 Questions With Steven Pinker

He is arguably the world’s most famous experimental psychologist. His books make waves in academia and on The New York

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Hey, Maureen Dowd!

You’re the “It Girl” of journalism and you’ve published a book on gender relations in the 21st century. Why is

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What’s Black and Red and Crawling All Over?

Harvard has a swarm of Japanese visitors, but they’re not who you would expect. The Asian Lady Beetle, more commonly

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Macs Gain Ground Among Students

CORRECTION APPENDED Apples have always been tempting. First for Eve, now for college students. A new survey, released Monday, reports

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Fun and Gaymes

While the Houses fight for this year’s Straus Cup, some have turned their attention to a new kind of trophy:

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Art House

Youth Homelessness in the Square
Harvard Square

For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

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Arts

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance