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Elizabeth M. Angell

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Kotobukiyay!

I F YOU'RE LOOKING for an authentic recreation of Japan, Kotobukiya is not the place for you. It's a sushi

FM profile

Who she is: Meredith Bagby '95 Home: Winthrop House and Palm Beach, FL What she does: economics and public policy

Under the Cushions Cyberspresso

T omorrow morning will mark the long-awaited grand opening of Cybersmith, a cafe/store/technofest that is the first venture of its

Epps Admits to Delay of Vote

In an interview yesterday, Dean of Students Archie C. Epps III said he delayed a vote by the Committee on

Mediation Service Now Open

The Harvard Mediation Service opened last Monday after months of planning, according to Dean of Students Archie C. Epps III.

Mediation Service Still In Organizational Stage

Eight months after Dean of Students Archie C. Epps III established the Harvard Mediation Service, the group is still in

Hillel, AAA Share Cultures

With the aromas of dumplings and matzoh ball soup mixing fragrantly, students from the Asian American Association (AAA) and Harvard-Radcliffe

Expos Offers In-House Tutor

Dunster House will be the first house to benefit from an expanded Expository Writing program that puts professional writing consultants

Matherite Starts Humor Magazine

Mather House may soon gain a new stereotype: humor haven. Tony's Humor Magazine, a house publication open to submissions from

RUS Elects New Co-Presidents

The newly elected co-presidents of the Radcliffe Union of Students (RUS) said yesterday that the group has a responsibility to

History Lecture Shocks Students

Students expecting a survey of Napoleon and the Industrial Revolution were surprised to find sex the topic of the first

Union Protests Contract

Labor unions are protesting Harvard's awarding of the Lowell Hall renovation contract to non-union labor. Harvard's Faculty of Arts and

Chomsky Criticizes U.S. Policy

U.S. foreign policy towards Haiti is hypocritical and imperialist, said Noam Chomsky last night to a crowd of 300 at

Six Harvardians Win Marshall Scholarships to Study in England

Five Harvard seniors and one alumnnus have been awarded the 1994 British Marshall Scholarships. The six Harvard recipients are Niko

Salary Cap Questions Raised

Accusations of financial misconduct brought up against Medical School professor Dr. Bernardo Nadal-Ginard have raised questions of whether doctors who

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Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads