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Petrifying `Petiot'

Doctor Petiot directed by Christian de Chalonge at the Harvard Film Archive through October 22 This week the Harvard Film

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Short Films With Teeth

Two Mikes Don't Make a Wright directed by Mike Leigh, Michael Moore, and Steven Wright at the Harvard Film Archive

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Eating Disorders on the Rise at Harvard

S obbing uncontrollably, Madeline A. Whalen '90-93 arrived at Harvard University Health Services (UHS), led by her ex-boyfriend. He was

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Poonsters Parody Dartmouth Review

The Dartmouth Review has threatened to sue the Harvard Lampoon for producing a parody of the controversial conservative weekly, according

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Police Boost Security

Harvard police are increasing patrols near The Harvard Crimson and Harvard-Radcliffe Hillel in response to rising tensions on campus, Police

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Author Talks on Feminism

Facing great adversity, Mexican-American lesbians have been the vanguard of feminism and progressivism, author and lecturer Carla Trujillo told a

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Tribe Denounces Spoof as Hateful

Tyler Professor of Constitutional Law Laurence H. Tribe '62 yesterday delivered a stinging attack on the Harvard Law Review spoof

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Investigative Journalists Honored

Don Hewitt of the television news show 60 Minutes and Bob Woodward of the Washington Post will receive the first

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Young Debaters Take Second Place in Meet

Two members of the Harvard Debate Team won second place Tuesday in the 46th annual National Debate Tournament. Fred G.

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Chavez Urges Fruit Boycott

The campaign against the use of toxic pesticides by California fruit growers must continue, said renowned leader of migrant workers

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Panelists Discuss Democracy

Economic equality, mass participation and remembrance of the past are essential to the establishment of democracy in South Africa, a

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Weicker Defends Government

The public should stop "trashing" the government and should instead work to bring about change in the system, Connecticut Governor

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Trial Team Takes Nationals

A team of four third-year Harvard Law School students placed first in the National Criminal Justice Student Trial Advocacy Competition,

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Junior Unravels Clues, Wins Lampy Treasure

Most people go to Widener Library for books or sex but Benjamin W. Rotenstreich '93 found something else there. After

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Economics, Sciences Draw Large Crowds

Social Analysis 10, "Principles of Economics," once again tops the list of the most popular courses at Harvard, according to

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