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The Death of the Fourth Amendment

In the wake of the Diallo and Louima rulings and the Dorismond shooting, New York Mayor Rudy Guiliani needs to

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Peace Games

M uch ink has been spilled in the past few weeks about the University's decision to disregard student community service

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Will budget cuts lead to the death of AMERICORPSe?

A Congressional vote to eliminate all $435 million for President Clinton's National Service Program, Americorps, has sparked a debate among

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Bill Proposes to Tax Harvard

Harvard and MIT could be hit hard by a bill proposed to the state legislature which would tax currently tax-exempt

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Spring Concerts Challenged

Criticizing the fact that spring concerts in the past five years have lost the Undergraduate Council significant amounts of money,

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Shelter Location Disputed

Cambridge residents expressed their anger last night at the fact that four of the six proposed locations of a shelter

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Astronomers, Students Watch Eclipse of Moon

Harvard students congregated outside last night by the light of the silvery moon--well, not quite. There wasn't much light, or

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City Council Blasts Arts Council, New Exhibit

City councillors blasted the Cambridge Arts Council at their meeting Monday evening, saying the agency does not serve the needs

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Smokers Vent Anger Over Question One

Smokers and storekeepers yesterday expressed a mixture of anger and disappointment at the passage of Question One, a statewide referendum

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New Men's Mag on the Way

Edge, a flashy new men's magazine produced by a core of Harvard students with backing from Time/Warner, Inc., is slotted

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Theorist Questions Gender Emphasis

Kate Bornstein added the fictional voices of six transsexuals to her own voice as a transsexual lesbian last night in

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Heroes Prof. Surprised By 50th Birthday Party

The ever-popular Gregory Nagy, Jones professor of classical Greek literature, received a 50th birthday celebration fit for a hero yesterday

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Suspect in Carjacking Turns Self in to Police

A Jamaica Plain resident who allegedly assaulted a Cambridge police officer and a private security guard Monday before he drove

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Now Healthy, W. Spikers Pray for Wins

For a while, the Harvard women's volleyball team could have kept a small hospital busy. Injuries, including one suffered by

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Law Students Stage Trial of Columbus

In a mock trial sponsored by the Black Law Students Association yesterday, Christopher Columbus faced charges of "exploitation, racism, genocide,

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Dos Besos

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A World Cup Malcontent

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Then Rain Comes

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Rainy Day Impression