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Protests Bring Hope, Concern for Harvard's Iranian and Iranian-American Students

After a week of mass protests in Iran over a disputed presidential election in which the country's officials declared incumbent

Artful Afternoon
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Artful Afternoon

The Science Center lawn on Monday served as the venue for the first annual Harvard Student Art Show, an exhibition and sale of student art from Harvard undergraduates and graduate students.

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READING INTO ROGET
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READING INTO ROGET

Journalist and language enthusiast Joshua Kendall tells the life story of thesaurus-maker Peter Roget, who is the focus of his new book, The Man Who Made Lists, at the Harvard Book Store yesterday.

TRACING A HIDDEN PAST
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TRACING A HIDDEN PAST

Author Patrick Tracey speaks at the Harvard COOP on his book, Stalking Irish Madness, which depicts his journey to Ireland to explore the mystery of his Irish-American family’s struggle with schizophrenia.

SRI LANKAN STRUGGLE
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SRI LANKAN STRUGGLE

Dinesha W.V.A. Samararatne, a Sri Lankan native and human rights lawyer, discusses Sri Lanka’s internal conflict over sovereignty in the Winthrop House Owen Room yesterday.

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Festivities and Food
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Festivities and Food

The Chinese Student’s Association (CSA) Celebrate the Chinese New Year on Friday night at Leverett dining hall with a large selection of foods and cultural performances.

STANTING TALL
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Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
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Playing With The Rules

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Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
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Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads