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No Room To Sweat at Mac

John S. Luna ’03 said he stopped going to the Malkin Athletic Center nearly two weeks ago because the crowds

Panel Debates U.S. Role In N. Korea

The U.S. has been irresponsible in its handling of North Korea’s drive for nuclear weapons, according to diplomats and defense

Korean Students Meet Legendary Diver

Forget champagne. To celebrate the weekend-long visit of the Korean American diving legend Sammy Lee, Harvard’s head diving coach brought

Korean Music, Dance Shine at Culture Show

A pair of children, zooming across the floor of Lowell Lecture Hall on their knees, opened the Korean Association Culture

Scholars Question Waste Rules

Last year MIT paid $550,000 in fines to the federal government for mishandling hazardous waste—even though the government never said

Professor Studies Stem Cells

Within the next few weeks, thermos bottles containing about a hundred donated human embryos—each composed of only a few cells—will

Parents Sue MIT Over Suicide

The family of an MIT sophomore who committed suicide in April 2000 filed a $27 million wrongful-death lawsuit against the

Time Names Three Harvard Researchers as ‘The Best’

Three Harvard professors were among the 18 named as “America’s Best” scientists and doctors in Time Magazine this week. Professor

Researcher Revises Food Pyramid

A new book released this week and authored by a Harvard nutrition expert challenges the validity of the U.S. Department

Study Shows High Rates of Dating Violence

One in five high school girls face violence from their boyfriends, according to a Harvard School of Public Health (SPH)

Gates Honored By Benin President

Afro-American Studies Department Chair Henry L. “Skip” Gates, Jr., DuBois professor of humanities, received an honorary degree this month from

Harvard Purchases Collection Of Longfellow Memorabilia

Harvard College Library this week purchased the largest known private collection of papers, photographs and memorabilia relating to poet and

Project HEALTH Expands to Washington

Seven representatives from the Washington, D.C. branch of Project HEALTH, a Harvard volunteer program focused on pediatric health, met with

Univ. Launches New Research Site

With the goal of making research at the University more accessible to its Internet visitors, Harvard launched a new website

Chinese, U.S. Medical Leaders Discuss "Alternative Medicine"

In the largest ever gathering of Chinese and U.S. medical leaders, participants argued for greater international cooperation and a convergence

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