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Scott Sheffield

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Pool Gets Dramatic Change

The Adams House pool, past home to dippers like Gov. William F. Weld '66 and more recently a site for

Christy's Will Soon Sell Beer and Wine

Although finding a beer in Harvard Square has never been too difficult. Christy's market plans to make it even easier.

Harvard Its Own Worst Enemy at Squash Tourney

Another winter sport goes out with a bang this weekend. The Harvard squash team's season is a fait accompli --and

Fencing Surprising 8th at IFA Tourney

It hasn't been the greatest of seasons for the Harvard men's fencing team as far as win-loss records go. With

Reading International Closes Shop in Square

Harvard Square, famed for its plethora of independent bookshops, lost a little of its diversity yesterday with the closing of

Forum Examines 'Children at Risk'

A Radcliffe symposium Saturday explored social problems affecting American children, including a lack of individual attention and social stratification. About

HUPD Arrests Man In Science Center

Harvard police arrested a man in the Science Center yesterday on charges of larceny, trespassing, and selling false railroad passes--possibly

Tickets Sold Out For 'The Liberators'

Tickets sold out yesterday for Monday's showing of "The Liberators," a controversial documentary about the role of Black soldiers in

Clark: Not Too Many Lawyers

Dean of the Law School Robert C. Clark defended the growing number of lawyers in America in an essay published

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