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Gideon Gil

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Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Still

The room is a sea of drunk and rowdy humanity. Music blares from the stereo as people jockey for position

HUERA and University Settle Issue of Allotment of Overtime

Union leaders representing Harvard security guards reached an agreement with University negotiators last Tuesday on the assignment of overtime hours,

Kety Quits Moon-Linked ICF Conference

A Harvard professor has asked the International Cultural Foundation (ICF) which was founded by Sun Myung Moon, the head of

Census Bureau Reports More Full-Time Students Last Year

Full-time enrollment in the nation's colleges and universities last year was about two per cent higher than in the previous

Viking Finds No Signs of Martian Life

Speculation that life exists on Mars has decreased this week even though the Viking spacecraft that landed on the planet

Taiwanese Program Terminated at MIT

MIT terminated this week a program to train 15 Taiwanese engineers in inertial navigation technology six months early because the

Electrical Rate Vote May Lead To Tuition Increase Next Year

A proposal to establish a uniform per kilowatt-hour rate for all users of electricity, one of three placed on the

Harvard to Receive $1 Million For Australian Studies Chair

The Australian government will give $1 million to Harvard this summer to establish an Australian Studies Endowment Fund, William S.

UMass-Boston Outdistances Classics, 72-54; Bergen, Healy Amass 33 in Losing Effort

With the University of Massachusetts-Boston trailing 18-17, Mike Mitchell hit two baskets in a row to give them a lead

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads