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From Campus Life to Man and Wife

Love at First Light The pangs of love were actually quite excruciating for Dana Lawson '01. If a ceiling lamp

Professor Inducted Into National Academy

Robert D. Putnam, a professor at the Kennedy School of Government (KSG), joined a star-studded list of academics on Monday

Seniors Fall Victim To Shift in Economy

Some seniors who thought they had secured jobs after graduation are now back on the job market, after a number

Horowitz Promotes Right-Wing Ideals At Local Conference For Conservatives

Campus Republicans had the chance on Saturday afternoon, to chat with David L. Horowitz, the man in the middle of

Ford Speaks at ARCO Forum

Congress' second youngest representative, Harold Ford Jr. (D-Tenn.), spoke to a bemused crowd at the Arco Forum last night, imploring

Court Grants Stay in U-M Race-Conscious Admissions Policy

The University of Michigan (U-M) Law School will still be able to consider race in its application criteria, at least

Take Back the Night Kicks Off Week of Events

The Radcliffe Union of Students (RUS) kicked off its annual Take Back the Night week yesterday-literally kicking. Rape Aggression Defense

KSG Politicos To Do Battle in Charity Marathon Run

Democrats and Republicans will be neck and neck in the Boston Marathon on April 16, as a bipartisan Harvard team

Black Films Highlight Arts Festival

Local and international black filmmakers, musicians and performers entertained students and community members and encouraged aspiring artists at the Fourth

Research Explores Baboon Mating

Female baboons' big red bottoms are not just showy ploys to attract mates, according to new research completed by Leah

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Professor Summers

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Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization

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