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Women's Magazines: A Relaxing Escape

Alcohol is expensive, Sex is dangerous. Drugs are illegal. But women's magazines are simple escapism, for only $2.50 a pop.

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Harvard Club Strike Remains in Place

After six months, the Harvard Club of New York remains locked in a fierce labor battle with unionized employees. While

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Civil Rights Leaders Discuss Movement

A star-studded panel shared personal interpretations of the civil rights movement of the 1960s at a program honoring the life

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Unity In Difference

L ast Wednesday, I approached my editor at The Boston Globe and asked for the rest of the week off

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FLY Club Could Turn Co-Ed; Final Vote Expected in Fall

When the undergraduate members of the fly Club voted 28-0 with one abstention last September to admit women, it looked

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Women's Groups Proliferate

The limited status of women on the campus social and political scenes has been challenged by the formation of several

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On Memorial Drive, Shopping May Stop for Good

A recent decision by the Metropolitan District Commission (MDC) to uphold its long-standing ban of trucks on Memorial Drive could

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Gilbert's Researcher Suspended

The University has required a post-doctoral student in biology accused of research fraud in the laboratories of the Nobel Prize

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Garden Spends Day Without Water

A main Cambridge water line ruptured into 29 Garden Street over the weekend, leaking into the Harvard police station and

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Lynx, Bee, Theta Share Members

The presidents of the Bee and the Lynx clubs are among the founders of the local Kappa Alpha Theta chapter,

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Lynx Club Hosts North End Party

BOSTON--The "Lynx," a new all-female social club, held a "private party" in the basement of Lucia's Restaurant in the North

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Theta Officers Distance Group From 'Lynx' Club

Officers of the local chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta are denying that their organization is related to the "Lynx," a

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New Women's Group Begun

A group calling itself the "Lynx" invited a number of Harvard women to a tea in downtown Boston last week,

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Notebook of a Secret Santa

Happy holidays, Ben Abbott. I'm afraid I haven't been a very good Eliot House Secret Santa to you. Stifled by

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Council Votes to Lock Cigarette Dispensers

In an attempt to prevent minors from buying cigarettes, the Cambridge City Council voted seven to one Monday night to

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