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500 Vie For Spots In Mission Park Housing Complex

Five hundred applicants are trying for rooms in the first 87 units of the Mission Park Housing Development, an apartment

Horovitz, With No Harvard Degree, Still Writes Plays

Twenty days ago, Israel Horovitz's play "Indian Wants the Bronx" played at the Loeb Ex. But the performances did not

Panelists Dispute Charges Of Krishna Brainwashing

A Center for World Religions panel yesterday disputed the indictment of New York Hare Krishna officials on charges of brainwashing

GSAS Finances

A Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) study on last year's sources of graduate students' financial support will be

Health Services Vaccinates 5000 People In Swine Flu Immunization Program

Despite the distraction of mid-terms and the widespread publicity concerning swine flu vaccine's possible side effects, almost 5000 people received

Ford Dinner Guests Spice Student Meals

While the average Harvard student heroically attempted to eat dining hall food and make conversation with roommates across the table

Police, FBI Still Searching For Stolen Art

The thieves who stole six paintings from President Bok's house this summer continue to elude the Harvard police, the Cambridge

Harvard Doctors Baffled By Legionnaires' Disease

Three Harvard Medical School specialists who recently investigated Philadelphia's mysterious Legionnaires' disease say they think either toxic compounds or an

Day Care

The International Day Care Center closed at the end of the summer due to lack of funds and insufficient parent

Poor Ventilation of Workshop Spurs Silk-Screeners Concern

Harvard silk-screening students are concerned that the poor ventilation is a hazard to health and a symptom of inadequate organization

Bayh, Shriver May Withdraw; Supporters Weigh Alternatives

"I'm really proud of what we did and I will wear my Birch Bayh button until November," Mark Roosevelt '77