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The Red Line: Will the MBTA's Troubles Never Cease?

In George Orwell's 1984, the world operates as smoothly as a well-oiled machine under the dictates of Big Brother. Human

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Electricians, MBTA Agree on Pact

Members of the electricians' union whose work is vital to the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) red line extension project,

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The Red Line: Will the MBTA's Troubles Never Cease?

In George Orwell's 1984, the world operates as smoothly as a well-oiled machine under the dictates of Big Brother. Human

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You Should Be Dancing

When the rest of the Class of 1980 picks up their diplomas today, Elizabeth Wilkerson '80 may be dancing. Two

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Wald Participates in Tehran Conference

George Wald, Higgins Professor of Biology, the Reverend Charles A. Kimball, Proctor at the World Religous Center of the Divinity

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River St. Group Runs Massage Clinic

What do the arms race, drug addiction, migraine headaches and prison riots have in common? Anxiety tension, according to members

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Which Way Should Radcliffe Face?

Radcliffe is undergoing an identity crisis. The Radcliffe trustees decision to eliminate the Radcliffe Forum this week brought into the

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Burton Wolfman to Leave Radcliffe, Will Become Brandeis Budget Director

Burton I. Wolfman, administrative dean of Radcliffe College, will leave his post in June to become director of the budget

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Students Design Program For Mentally Handicapped

For 15 mentally handicapped children in Cambridge, Harvard and Eliot House are almost like summer camp. Every Saturday those 15

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Tending the Family Business

A LEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE wrote that America possessed a unique advantage in that it was born a democracy and had

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Women at Conference Voice Concern About Forum Closing

Last week's decision by the Radcliffe Board of Trustees to eliminate the Radcliffe Forum dominated conversation at Saturday's day-long symposium

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Local 26 and University To Start Negotiations Soon

Representatives of Local 26, the dining hall workers union, will begin its contract renegotiations with the University on April 9.

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An Almost-Brilliant Movie

M Y BRILLIANT CAREER is almost a brilliant movie. Judy Davis's stunning performance as Sybylla Melvin, a woman who struggles

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McHenry Discusses U.N. Controversy

F. Donald McHenry, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, said last night he "wasn't in on the discussion" leading to

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Rowing Towards Moscow?

John MacEachern and Charlie Altekruse don't like to think about the possibility of an Olympic boycott. The Crimson oarsmen are

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Dare to Dye

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Dos Besos

A World Cup Malcontent
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A World Cup Malcontent

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Then Rain Comes