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Dormant First-Years Puzzle Campus

The Phillips Brooks House Association (PBHA) is not alone. Though the umbrella organization for 82 public service groups was the

Awareness Campaign Marks 'Coming Out Day'

The enigmatic smile in Leonardo DaVinci’s most famous painting was explained this past week in posters across Harvard Yard. “Nobody

Defensive Coordinator

Cohen Encourages Public Service

In the aftermath of last year’s terror attacks, it is now more important than ever for responsible people to enter

Focus

Dubyaman and the N-Bomb

NEW DELHI—I don’t enjoy telling people in New Delhi which country I study in. No, not because there is an

Legislator

Defying Harvard Law School's Verdict

Tucked away in an inconspicuous corner of his Miami home, Edmond Joseph Gong ’52 preserves a nearly half-century-old letter—a letter

New BGLTSA Leaders Aim To Raise Group's Visibility

The Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian, Transgendered Supporters Alliance (BGLTSA) voted for three key positions on its 2002-03 board late Monday, and

BSA Elects New Board, Emphasizes Political Activism

The Black Students Association (BSA) announced its new 2002-03 board yesterday after a Saturday election that saw its closest-ever presidential

KOFI ANNAN

Annan Wants Aid for Africa

Pressure for good governance in Africa is now coming from both the people and the leaders of different African countries,

Problems Stymie ‘Gaypril’ Kiss-in

The much-publicized Gaypril “kiss-in” has been postponed indefinitely, the casualty of organizational problems and internal dissension. The Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian,

Robert Rubin

Poverty Promotes Terrorism, Rubin Warns in Speech

Global poverty can create an environment condusive to terrorism, former Secretary of the Treasury Robert E. Rubin ’60 told a

SOUND OF SILENCE

Silence Marks Day For Queer Students

Members of Harvard’s queer community made a strong statement yesterday—by remaining silent. Around 50 queer students and supporters maintained a

Board Proposes Changes To SAT I

In a blow to millions of analogy-crunching high school students, the College Board recently proposed discontinuing the analogy section and

First-Years Meet Housing Fate

With sparkling apple cider, elephants, rabbits and colorful posters, cheering upperclass students welcomed hundreds of first-years to their future Houses

First-Years Scheme, Pray on Eve of Housing Judgment

After a tense night of partying, praying, group dinners and mock sacrifices, the randomized housing assignments for the Class of

With New Owner, Life at Tommy's Goes On

After a week under the new regime at Tommy’s House of Pizza, regulars have greeted the new ownership with favorable

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Dead Letter: The Aesthetics of Horror

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