Nan Zheng

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Ex-Loeb Director Accepts New Post

Alan P. Symonds '69, former acting technical director of the Loeb Theatre, accepted a newly created position yesterday as technical

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Seniors Begin to Wonder: Where To Go From Here?

A. Jabbar Abdi '94, a government concentrator, some day hopes to attend business or law school. But for now, Abdi

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WHRB Changes Program; Some Staffers Angered

Facing a dry advertising market and a stagnant listnership, officials of Harvard's radio station realized last spring they couldn't afford

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Jewett: Drinking Law Too Strict

Criticizing the recent change in Harvard's alcohol policy, Dean of the College L. Fred Jewett '57 said yesterday that students

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Alcohol Policy Poses Threat to Students' Social Life

Spencer M. Rascoff '97 came to Harvard in search of a good time during Freshman Week--but he says he didn't

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Aide Says Support Strong for GOP

A former aide in the Republican White House said last night that despite the last election, conservatism still has a

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Harvard Square Art Centre Closes

Since 1961, Cambridge artists have looked to the Harvard Square Art Centre on Holyoke Street to keep them stocked with

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Card Key Resolution Draws Near

A dispute about the effect of electronic card key entry data on student privacy is nearing a resolution, Dean of

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K-School Welcomes New Reps

As part of a week-long training session, 80 newly elected U.S. Representatives mingled with students last night at a reception

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Mather Master Search Nears Final Selection

After a prolonged search, Mather residents can expect new Masters to be approved by the end of the semester, tutors

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Shooting Not Gang-Related

Early Saturday morning's fatal "carjack" shooting in Central Square appears not to be gang-related, said Cambridge Police officials yesterday. Although

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Students Protest Harassment

More than 200 members of the MIT community rallied yesterday to protest the university's handling of sexual harassment cases and

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Clinton May Fix ROTC Problem

Bill Clinton's election may put the final nail in the coffin of the ROTC controversy, which has raged at Harvard

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New Ball Of Carbon Will Be Marketed

A soccer ball named after a Harvard dropout and made from, and shaped like, a carbon molecule will be marketed

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Experts Discuss Economy

Top Clinton economic advisor Robert B. Reich and business administration expert Michael E. Porter presented their solutions for America's economic

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