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POSTCARD FROM ZHONGDIAN

N o, not without a consultancy fee! This is a poor village, you can't just write about us, make money

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El-Gaili Fuses His Multiple Identities

Ahmed el-Gaili '98 has a certain experienced, fluid smoothness when presenting himself, from his perfectly articulated speech to his perfectly

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Public TV Investigates Harvard Gamers' Motives

Monday evening marked the last meeting of the year for the Harvard-Radcliffe Science-Fiction and Fantasy Association (HRSFA). As usual, talk

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Graduate Council Demands Better Advising

Graduate students need better advising and safer transportation to off-campus graduate residences, representatives from the Graduate Student Council (GSC) told

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Robinson Will Give Address At Graduation

The University announced yesterday that Mary Robinson, United Nations high commissioner for human rights and former president of the Republic

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GSAS Student Assaulted Walking on Kirkland Street

A graduate student was the victim of an indecent assault last Thursday morning, according to a community advisory issued by

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Bagaric Discusses Bosnian Problems

The Southeastern Europe Society (EuroClub) hosted a lecture and round table discussion yesterday on "Bosnia-Herzegovina--Time of War and Peace" with

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Students Celebrate Hindu Festival

Passersby of the Malkin Athletic Center Quadrangle were treated to a riotous sight yesterday afternoon of some 20 members from

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Visiting Nuns Rally Support for Free Tibet

Seven Tibetan nuns from the Keydong Thuk-che-cho-ling Nunnery in Nepal visited Harvard on Friday for a combination of cultural and

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Ruth R. Wisse, who teaches "Literature and Arts A-48: The Modern Jewish Experience in Literature," once laughed when someone suggested

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Pre-Vets, Pre-Meds Coexist

In the shadow of the great numbers of pre-medical students--who are aided by vast institutional networks--the few but proud pre-veterinary

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Authors say Bank Slights Own History

An official, independent tome on the first 50 years of the World Bank, a crucial player in international economic development,

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`Beloved' Author Shares `Paradise'

Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison read the first chapter of her new novel, Paradise, to a packed audience which included about

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City Council Guarantees More Affordable Housing

The Cambridge City Council voted by a 7 to 2 margin to pass an "incentive zoning and inclusionary housing provision"

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Cornel West Opens Democracy Teach-Ins

Professor of Afro-American Studies Cornel West made an impassioned speech about the necessity of the younger generation maintaining the ideals

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For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
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VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

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Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance