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EAC Mulls Boycott of Mitsubishi

The Environmental Action Committee (EAC), an undergraduate ecological group, will vote Tuesday on a resolution encouraging the Harvard community to

Conference Explores Asian-American Identity

Members of the Asian-American community converged on campus yesterday to participate in the sixth annual Harvard Asian American Association Intercollegiate

Christian Student Group Says Epps Blocking Recognition of Bible Study

Early last September, a first-year student noticed someone walking behind her as she left Harvard Yard. She says the struck

Square's Homeless Face New Challenges

"Juan" huddles outside of Store 24, shivering. His thin leather jacket offers no protection from the 20-degree weather. He wears

Hundreds Ill; Food Suspected

Hundreds of undergraduates suddenly began vomiting last night. Officials at University Health Services (UHS) struggled into the morning to treat

Yardlings Enjoy Year's Second Snow, Briefly

Students returning from Thanks-giving with their families were treated to a brief snowfall last night. About 15 first-year students gathered

Museum Visitors Get Maced

An attendant at the Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology sprayed mace at two visitors from Trinidad after a brief verbal

Not All Students Go Home

While most students will enjoy the Thanksgiving weekend at home with their families, a few unfortunate souls will find themselves

HLS Grad Ends Hunger Strike

Harvard Law School graduate Jennifer K. Harbury broke off her 31-day hunger strike last Friday after the U.S. Embassy in

K-School Meet Faces Challenge

The Republicans are moving towards Congress--but apparently not towards Cambridge. This year, the traditional conference for newly elected members of

Citizens Dispute Question 9

If Question 9, the controversial ballot measure to abolish rent control, passes tomorrow, one result could be the demise of

Ec Most Popular Major

Economics has overtaken government as the most popular concentration at Harvard, according to records released yesterday by the Registrar's Office.

Protein Found To Slow Tumors

A team of researchers at Boston's Children's Hospital announced a significant victory in the fight against cancer last week with

Kiosk Outside Wigg B Set on Fire

Unknown suspects set fire to a kiosk outside Wigglesworth B entry at about 1:30 a.m. yesterday morning. One of the

Dukakis Discusses Health Care

About 75 students and faculty members crowded an Institute of Politics room hosting a luncheon with former Massachusetts Gov. Michael