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Brenda Taylor `01 There are athletes who dream of going to the Olympics, and then there are those who will

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Looking Back, Looking Forward

It is Saturday, May 26, just before 10 p.m., and the Class of 2001’s last set of undergraduate finals are

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Faust Speech Opens Radcliffe Lecture Series

Speaking before a packed Agassiz Theatre, the dean of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study kicked off a series of

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Unbreakable Code Discovered

A Harvard computer science professor has announced he has discovered a way to make codes unbreakable. Michael Rabin, Watson professor

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Harvard Leads Nation in Black Graduation

A recent study found that Harvard has the highest graduation rate for black students in the nation, at 94 percent.

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Students Protest Pfizer on World AIDS Day

As many undergraduates wore red ribbons to commemorate World AIDS Day Friday, a group of students joined about 100 protesters

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Rudenstine's Salary Remains Relatively Low

Harvard President Neil L. Rudenstine's salary remained significantly below the national median last year, according to the Chronicle of Higher

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On Electoral College, Harvard Is Divided

With the fate of the presidency hanging on the outcome of Florida's 25 electoral votes, professors and students are weighing

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Cambridge City Council Gives Voting Rights to Immigrants

In a significant step in support of immigrant rights, the Cambridge City Council approved a measure Monday night that will

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Polls Are Everywhere, And as Volatile as Ever

With the election less than a week away, pundits, journalists and others are turning to the polls to venture their

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Coop Announces 5 Percent Rebate

Coop members will receive a 5 percent rebate on purchases made in the past school year, the Coop announced yesterday.

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Adventures in Separation and Spain

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Dare to Dye

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Dos Besos

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