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Andrew B. Izaguirre

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Wine Tasting
Harvard Square

Wine Tasting

Carol Fuccione of Ste. Michelle Wine Estates held a free wine seminar at Bertucci’s Italian restaurant yesterday evening. Bertucci plans to make this a monthly event showcasing wines served at the Cambridge establishment.

Eric Kandel discusses memory.
On Campus

Today in Photos (2/09/10)

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Fight Club
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Fight Club

Chuck Palahniuk, author of “Fight Club” and his newest book, “Pygmy,” laughs as the audience competes to blow up signed inflatable penguins yesterday at the Harvard Book Store.

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BROWN OUT
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BROWN OUT

Freshman ace Rachel Brown pitched her 14th complete game in Harvard’s 7-3 win over Dartmouth in the first of two games Saturday. She finished the day with 10 strikeouts, setting a new single-season strikeout record at 192.

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The Fishtank Ensemble, a band which draws from Ethiopian, Balkan, and Gypsy styles, stirred up a whirlwind performance to a packed crowd at Club Passim on Thursday night.

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Daniel Lieberman discusses, “Human Evolution 150 Years After Darwin” and the “dysevolution” of man to a filled Geological Hall last night.

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All That Brazilian Jazz!
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All That Brazilian Jazz!

Evelyn Rosenthal, editor and chief of the Harvard Art Musem, and Steve Kirby play classical Brazilian jazz at The Sunset Cafe on Saturday night.

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Harvard students who participated in the 2008 Fast-A-thon, put on by the Harvard Islamic Society to benefit the Save the Children’s Hunger and Malnutrition Program, broke the fast last night in Mather dinning hall. Put on the by the Harvard Islamic Soci

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads