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Student Injuries On Rise

Genevieve Roach '94 can't type or play piano for more than an hour a time. Any longer than that, and

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Solving the Primary Care Crisis

P rimary care. These days, it's the hot topic in medicine. Everyone wants more primary care practitioners, and everyone has

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Down to a Science

S cience concentrators who work in The Crimson's newsroom are few and far between. You're much more likely to hear

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Silent Stargazing

I tugged at the sleeping form of my 16-year-old brother. "Wake up, David. It's time." "Huh?" he murmured. "Oh..." We

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Compromising Positions

C ompromises are, in general, good things. But American history is dotted with attempts at conciliation that, for one reason

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Questioning the Experts' Motives

To many, science represents the ultimate Truth: hard, cold facts and figures, devoid of even the suggestion of partisanship or

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Elusive Genes Discovered

It was the year of the brian. It was also the year of the gene. At Harvard's extensive network of

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A Puppet-String Commencement

N eil L. Rudenstine is a very smart guy. The Corporation and the Board of Overseers knew it two years

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The True Language of Insensitivity

V ygovoritye po-russki? I'm a fourth-generation Russian American. But my name leads many to believe, when they see or hear

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Study: Vitamin E Reduces Risk of Heart Disease

Is a $3 bottle of vitamins a cheap way to avoid open-heart surgery costing thousands of dollars? Not exactly, but

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Shalala, Elders Will Speak At Medical Class Day Events

If Commencement Day speakers are any indication, the University is striving to make sure that Boston-to-Washington D.C. air shuttles stay

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Huntington's Gene Located

After a frantic search lasting more than a decade, Harvard Medical School researchers will report this week that they have

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Paying for High Moral Ground

L ike the citizens of Hamlin, who tried to get something for nothing. It's time for Harvard to pay the

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Gehrig's Disease Gene Found

A group of Medical School researchers has found an altered gene that may be responsible for Lou Gehrig's disease, suggesting

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Knowles Reveals Faculty's Wish List

A Faculty of Arts and Sciences "wish list" for the University's upcoming $2 billion capital campaign includes 41 new professorships,

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An Evil Woman

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Opening Days

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Transatlanticism

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I Am Not at a Cafe