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MIT Student Indicted for Fraud

In a case that some say could limit the freedom of electronic communication, an MIT student was indicted Thursday for

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Harvard Degrees and Life Mysteries

"It was early morning yesterday, I was up before the dawn / And I really have enjoyed my stay, but

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Remembrances of Grandma

"I just wish I could have told her in the living years." --Mike and the Mechanics, 1986. I t was

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The Harvard Dream

Dreams die hard and we watch them erode / But we cannot be denied the fire inside. Bob Seger, 1988.

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Quilts and the Moral Fabric

I came across the AIDS Memorial Quilt while in Washington last weekend. Like others, I was moved as the names

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Keep Porn From Kids

Though the staff would protect the exchange of pornographic materials over the Internet, it would handcuff all state attempts to

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Expansion Plans Slated for Border Cafe

Long lines outside the Border Cafe should shrink, thanks to an expansion approved last week by the Cambridge License Commission.

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Students to Graduate as Teachers

Many Harvard seniors consider graduation to mark the end of their classroom days--at least for a while. But a small

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Students Share A Roost With Top Harvard Brass

Earlier this year, a male first-year says he took a companion back to his Massachusetts Hall room around five in

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Social Studies 10 May Alter Syllabus

In the most dramatic curriculum change since its inception in the early 196s, the Committee on Social Studies may add

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Construction Noise Bothers Eliot Students

Residents of the Eliot House's G and H entries say early morning noise from the renovation of the dining hall's

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New MBTA Red Line Train a Ride Into the Future

Yesterday, Cammie E. Tsrrigna got on the Red Line at Harvard Square and took a ride into the near future.

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Baybank Waives Summer Fee

Baybank, the largest bank in Harvard Square, is waiving its monthly fees during the summer in an attempt to persuade

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HBS Puts Clubs on Probation

At least four student clubs at the Harvard Business School will likely be placed on probation for the next year,

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McKay Runs For Office

Marc D. McKay '94, a former Undergraduate Council member and Winthrop House affiliate, recently announced his candidacy for Iowa State

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