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Calling for a Healthier Harvard

Recent articles and opinion pieces in this newspaper have pointed out what everyone knows: the Malkin Athletic Center (MAC) is

Students Win Election to Democratic Caucus

It's not exactly "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington," but this May three Harvard students will have the chance to make

Brown Faces Bias Charges From Former Professor

In the shadow of sexual harassment charges from a student, a former Brown University professor is accusing the school of

Election Commission Member Resigns

Margaret L. White '99 resigned last night from the Election Commission, which oversees the Undergraduate Council elections, after the contents

Adams Residents Create AIDS Awareness Sculpture

The exhibition of the sculpture "Inside-Outside: Steel Lining" opened yesterday at the Fogg Museum. The sculpture, which Adams House Artist-in

City Council Hears Living Wage Proposal

At the start of Monday night's city council meeting, members of the Cambridge Campaign for a Living Wage presented councilors

Princeton Tightens Dorm Security System

In a move that has drawn mixed reactions from its students, Princeton University recently upgraded the electronic security system in

Former U.N. Official Attacks Iraq Sanctions

In his first public appearance since his resignation as United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator in Iraq this fall, Dennis Halliday spoke

Ambassador to Greece Urges Improved Relations

U. S. Ambassador to Greece Nicholas Burns spoke about the future of diplomatic relations between the United States and Greece

Coalition Vows to Fight Sexual Assault, Broaden Awareness

In their first meeting of the year, members of the Coalition Against Sexual Violence vowed yesterday to raise campus awareness

HLS Administrators Rhapsodize Gershwin

By day Benjamin R. Sears and Bradford L. Conner are administrators at the Harvard Law School, but by night they

Hepatitis B Program Gets Federal Money

The federal government has contracted a Hepatitis B prevention program created by Harvard students to work in Boston's Chinatown in

Gates Addresses Ethnicity, Class

"All politics at some level is about identity politics," said W.E.B. DuBois Professor of the Humanities Henry Louis "Skip" Gates

Seniors Prepare to Select Class Marshals

Applications for the four Harvard and four Radcliffe Class Marshal positions were due yesterday at 3 p.m. in Wadsworth House,

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