Wendy R. Meltzer

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Cycling for Dollars

Picture 160 people bicycling together up First Ave. in New York toward the United Nations building, their final destination after

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World Travelers With a Purpose

While students at Harvard were busy studying a few years ago, a man knocked on a missionary's door in Strasbourg,

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Boston Theater Refuses to Be Upstaged

R ECENTLY, playwright David Mamet moved to Cambridge. Maybe he knows something that New York theater-goers would be reluctant to

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Class of '92 Applications Highest Ever

A record number of students, including more minorities, women and non-Easterners than ever before, have applied for a place in

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The Extra Benefits of Exercise

Women who have been forcing themselves to exercise regularly to get into shape and lose unwanted pounds may find that

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Symposium Discusses AIDS

Prevention is the only real hope in fighting AIDS, speakers said yesterday at a symposium held in the Science Center.

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Moving Day at Children's Hospital

Tuesday was no ordinary day at Children's Hospital, one of the 13 Harvard teaching hospitals. Beginning at 6 a.m., 70

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Les Magnifiques

Les Miserables Written by Alain Boublil and Claude- Michel Schonberg English lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer Directed and adapted by John

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Workers Stopped Oil Leakage Before It Could Reach Charles

An oil spill in a park less than a quarter mile from the Harvard athletic fields caused little environmental damage,

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Half-century Veterans Chronicle Changes

Harvard Square isn't what it used to be. Once, college students had manners. Harvard men wore ties and blazers; Radcliffe

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It Doesn't Get Any Sweetser

Take tall, female Southerner with lot of energy. Mix with talent, team spirit and strong desire to win. Throw into

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More Than 12,500 Flock to The Game

On any other day, Harvardians would be embarassed to admit that New Haven was their destination. But the grimy Connecticut

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Senior Starts Committee To Discuss South Africa

In an attempt to stimulate interest in divestment, an Adams House senior this week mailed a letter to 100 seniors

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