Christopher R. Mcfadden


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


Harvard Degrees and Life Mysteries

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


Remembrances of Grandma

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


The Harvard Dream

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


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


Keep Porn From Kids

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


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.


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


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


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


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


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.


Baybank Waives Summer Fee

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


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,


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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Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

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Script Doctors

Harvard vs. Yale

Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven


Freshman Survey Part III: Inside the Classroom and Out