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GIB GAB
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GIB GAB

Sophomore attack Dean Gibbons’ two goals weren’t enough to lead the Crimson past a stalwart Brown defense in last night’s game under the lights in Harvard Stadium. The team has now lost its last three games.

STRIKE A POSE
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STRIKE A POSE

A child admires the handiwork of silhouette artist Jean Comerford at the Curious George Books and Toys in Harvard Square. The store was very busy this weekend. According to sales associate Michelle D. Corliss, the cookbook “Hello, Cupcake!” and Automoblox

HOLIDAY CHEER
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HOLIDAY CHEER

One youngster takes part in the lighting of Cambridge’s official “holiday tree.” A visit from Santa and story-telling accompanied the event at the Charles Hotel in Harvard Square.

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Bridget K. Duffy of the Harvard College Women’s Center instructs undergraduates on Italian cooking as students take a break from studying during reading period yesterday afternoon.

DEAN OF FRESHMEN
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DEAN OF FRESHMEN

Freshman Dean Gibbons scored two goals in the final game of his freshman campaign, bringing his total to 14 for the season. Gibbons finishes tied for second on the team in goals and is alone in second in points. Harvard will return its top five point scor

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Emily B. Hect '11 plays Dolores B. Sciencecenter in the Freshman Musical, "Castaways." The musical, which will run through April 26 in the Adams Pool Theater, looks to "Lost" as polar bears turn up on the jungle island.

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Kevin Lin ’11 (left) and Byron Lichtenstein ’11 (right) perform at Coffeehouse, an event hosted by the Harvard-Radcliffe Asian American Association in Ticknor Lounge Saturday afternoon.

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Harvard is planning to evict several of the tenants from the building that it owns on 124 Mount Auburn Street, including Thomas R. Ittelson ’68 of the Mercury Group.

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Athletes will have to juggle all the changes that come with the new rules.

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LEADING LADY
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LEADING LADY

Dee Dee Myers, the first female White House Press Secretary, spoke about her new book on leadership yesterday.

House Art Cover Wallpaper
Visual Arts

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Harvard Square

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Boston Marathon

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Johnston Gate Arts Cover
Arts

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