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Anne C. Krendl

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'Netting the internet romance

The Internet has become more than an information superhighway. For some, it has become the road to true romance, for

Coles Receives New Title

Dr. Robert Coles '50, teacher of the College's second largest course, was given a named professorship yesterday in recognition for

Cabinet Members Visit Campus

During a speech yesterday at the Graduate School of Design, Henry Cisneros, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) called

Magazine Explores Diversity and Distinction

According to the College's view-book for prospective students, diversity and distinction are the hallmarks of a Harvard education. A group

Community BRIEFS

* STUDENT GROUPS * Thirty Attend PUCC's First Meeting In Adams House More than 30 students gathered in Adams House

Law School Student Releases First Novel

Second-year Harvard Law School student James G. Berman '90 has just released his first novel, Uninvited, following in the footsteps

Jordan Peterson

Harvard students may know Assistant Professor of Psychology Jordan B. Peterson as the entertaining lecturer with the Canadian accent who

Abortion in the Curriculum

The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) instituted a policy earlier this month requiring all teaching hospitals to provide

Police Release Crime Report

The Cambridge Police Department's annual report, released Wednesday, discloses the lowest crime rate in Cambridge in 30 years. The report

HSA Finds Permanent Location In Square

Next fall, Harvard Student Agencies will finally find a permanent home. After 39-years of moving from place to place the

Fliers, Photos Lure Students to Classes

Ec 10 and Chem 7 can pack lecture halls any semester. But what about Ancient Near East 102? To draw

Refuting Myths on Women, Exercise

Researchers at the School of Public Health are finding increasing evidence that popular myths regarding the hazards of exercise for

Science of 'Star Trek' Falls Short

In its efforts to boldly go where no one has gone before, the latest Star Trek movie boldly introduces scientific

The Greatest Thing Since The Band-Aid

Burn victims are just a few of the injured who may now see their wounds heal faster with less scarring,

Harvard Affiliate To Test RU 486 Pill

The Boston chapter of Planned Parenthood announced yesterday that it will collaborate with a Harvard affiliated hospital to test the

Eldo Kim
Crime

News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

OKWELOGU
Track and Cross Country

Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

Protest
Columns

Reconstruction 3.0