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Fear and Loathing (Loathing Anyway) In the County Court House

The new Cambridge Superior Court House, with its louvered windows, circular court rooms and 21 stories of tinted security glass,

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Cambion Workers May Vote to Ratify New Contract Offer

Members of the electrical workers union local who returned to work without a contract November 8 after an unsuccessful seven-month

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Names Beguile, Befuddle, Bedevil Harvard Doubles

There are students at Harvard who regularly receive letters and phone calls from total strangers, accept compliments for work they

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Yale's Summer Term Is Not A Big Success

In 1973, Yale administrators proposed a mandatory summer semester modeled on Dartmouth's summer term, but protests from students and faculty

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Speakers Call Nuclear Power Unsafe

Two volunteer members of Boston Clamshell, a group opposing construction of atomic power plants, attacked the nuclear power industry in

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Schultze Delivers Godkin Lecture On Tax Incentives

Charles L. Schultze, former director of the federal budget bureau, began this year's series of Godkin Lectures last night by

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Lowell House Plan Would Phase Out Most Single Suites

Single rooms--those rarities enjoyed mostly by seniors and Quad-dwellers--will become a bit rarer next year when Lowell House becomes the

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Dining Halls Will Open Early Because of New Game Time

Most undergraduate dining halls will open a half an hour earlier than usual for lunch today, giving students the opportunity

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Premed Halloween

Halloween came early to the students of Nat Sci 5 when a masked man interrupted their class yesterday to distribute

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Reaction Mixed Over Leverett Voting Mix-Up

Residents of Leverett Towers contacted last night displayed mixed reactions to yesterday's court ruling permitting them to vote in the

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Harvard Fills New Legislative Liaison Post

The man who is filling Harvard's newly-created post of director of government relations is a combat veteran from the demilitarized

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CAR May Sue City for Right To Use Amps

The Harvard-Radcliffe Committee Against Racism (CAR) has threatened to sue the City of Cambridge for allegedly denying organizations the use

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Columbus Not The First, Theorist Says

As Americans celebrated Columbus Day, a Harvard professor reiterated his belief that neither Columbus nor Leif Ericson was the first

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