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A Slave to His Passions

T al Ben-Shachar '96 is a self-described slave to his passions. His internal masters are many, ranging from the athletic

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"Alysse MacIntyre" Shocked, Amused Law Record Readers

Three years ago, the number one use for the Harvard Law Record was "lining bird cages," says Elizabeth A. Moreno,

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Bomb Threat at Holyoke Center Is False Alarm, Police Report Says

A bomb threat yesterday afternoon forced the evacuation of Holyoke Center for about one hour. A University Health Services secretary

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Student Wins Gay Rights Scholarship

A scholarship designed to reward the promotion and acceptance of gays and lesbians in the Boston area has named Harvard

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Cyclists Can Use Common Bike Paths

Quad residents who bike to class through Cambridge Common will not be subject to fines, despite a city council ordinance

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Woods Hole Lab To Escape Budget Ax

Reports in yesterday's Boston Herald that the Clinton Administration surprised lawmakers with a proposal to cut nearly $1 million from

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Phi Beta Kappa Society Elects 24 New Members

Twenty-four members of the Class of 1994 were elected last week to the Phi Beta Kappa society. Leverett House and

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Goldsmith Prizes Awarded

Investigative reporters who uncovered information about U.S. policy toward Iraq and who reported charges of sexual misconduct by a former

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Domestic Partners Get Married Suite in Quincy

A lesbian "domestic partnership" couple will occupy a married tutor suite in the College for the first time next year.

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Spring's Here--But Cold Won't Go

As of 9:41 this morning, it is officially spring. But you wouldn't know it from a walk outside, or from

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Facebooks May Consolidate

Those nostalgic for the days of "scoping" through the Freshman Register may be in luck, if plans for a campus-wide

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Chocoholics Gather at Charles

Four hundred fifty chocoholics braved the winds, cold and two feet of snowfall yesterday to devour local chocolate specialties at

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Minority Groups Issue Demands on Diversity

A Junior Parents Weekend discussion yesterday on "celebrating diversity" turned into a forum for a coalition of minority groups to

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NEWS BRIEFS

A South Korean diplomat and a representative of Harvard's Yenching Institute both said at a Lamont Forum speech yesterday they

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Skating Benefits Homeless

Hundreds of ice skating fans filled Bright Hockey Center yesterday, but not for the Eliot House Evening of Champions. Members

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I Met a British Spy

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Transatlanticism

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I Am Not at a Cafe

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Away in Argentina