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Melanie R. Williams

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Conference to Focus on AIDS

About 60 people from Boston-area schools will gather this weekend to discuss how to start and improve AIDS education programs

Just the Facts, Please

Marcus Roberts' debut solo album, The Truth is Spoken Here, is sure to go down in the gospel of Jazz

Black History Month Comes to Ivy Schools

With the memory of the interethnic Visions '89 conference still fresh, cross-cultural understanding will be the theme of Black History

Jacquet Brings Jazz to Life

Jazz for Life Phillips Brooks House/Oxfam America Sanders Theater--tonight Renowned saxophonist, Jean Baptiste "Illinois" Jacquet stands out among the artists

Dining Workers Downplay Insensitivity

Members of University Dining Services yesterday acknowledged that featuring "Fifties" nostalgia nights in river houses two weeks ago reflected insensitivity

Campus Minority Activism Marked By New Consensus and Organization

The student activism of the 1960s and 1970s is making a comeback this year, but with a twist. Responding to

A Play of One's Own

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Written by Edward Albee Directed by Jason Rosencranz At the Lowell House JCR T HE

Easy Being Green

G REEN Fuse is one of those rare creatures whose ranks are just beginning to swell: a Harvard rock band

The Musical Makes a Comeback

For three years, prohibitively high costs and the desire of the Harvard-Radcliffe Drama Club (HRDC) to present "straight drama" meant

Harvard Theater

The Cocktail Party Written by T.S. Eliot Directed by Todd Brun At the Mather House TV Room Through this weekend

Skating and Partying With the Stars

Havard skating enthusiasts have something to cheer about once again because it's time for the 19th annual "Evening with Champions"

Ignorance Is Bliss

Hay Fever Written by Noel Coward Directed by Carl B.J. Fox At the Lowell House JCR Through this weekend N

Films that Flouted Franco

A festival of critically acclaimed films by some of Spain's best directors began its run at the Carpenter Center last

Northeastern's Ryder to Resign After 14 Years at School's Helm

The president of Northeastern University said this week that he plans to step down from the position which he has

Top Brass

A Soldier's Play Written by Charles Fuller Directed by Timothy Benston At the Agassiz Theater D IRECTOR Timothy Benston reinstated

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads