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Victor Chen

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What It Means to Be American

W e were peacefully sitting in the bus going to Leon, a city in northern Spain, when someone suggested we

THE BOSTON CHURCH OF CHRIST HAS CONTENTIOUS HISTORY AT HARVARD

Since a young evangelist named Kip McKean founded the Boston Church of Christ (BCC) in 1979, the church's membership has

In Spite of Controversy, Boston Church of Christ Offers Religious Haven

The Sunday service was a special one at the Boston Church of Christ (BCC). Dean Farmer Jr., once a BCC

Class of 1970 Couldn't Escape National Campus Turmoil

In 1966, an article in the undergraduate yearbook dubbed student anti-war protesters "The New Radicals." At the time, they were

Chief Search Advances; Choice Likely by Fall

The group searching for the next Harvard police chief has received applications but has yet to interview candidates, Vice President

$2K Scale Is Stolen From Lab

A loading scale worth about $2,000 was stolen early last week from a room in the Mallinckrodt Laboratories, police said

Harvard Police Chase Pop Flies

Harvard University police officers took some time off from catching crooks yesterday afternoon to catch fly balls with students at

Frosh 'Bust'ed in Theft Of Statue From Union

Police last week spotted a student in the bushes with a bust of John Harvard. A Harvard first-year was stopped

Helicopter Fuel Contaminated

The state police helicopter which crashed into the Harvard Yacht Club in February, killing four on board, had contaminants in

Student Is Injured in Hit-and-Run

A Harvard student crossing JFK St. was the victim of a hit-and-run last Thursday afternoon at about 5 p.m. Lowell

Rare Book Found Slashed in Fine Arts Library

A valuable book of rare engravings was found mutilated in the stacks of the Fine Arts Library two weeks ago,

African Artifacts Stolen From Peabody Museum

Several thousand dollars worth of African artifacts were stolen from an exhibit at the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology

Modern Journalistic Integrity Debated

Four people who have been both journalists and politicians discussed the implications of the increasing tendency to cross between the

Former Guard Wins Legal Round

A former Harvard security guard who is charging the University with discrimination won the first round in his legal battle

Plaster Statue Stolen, Recovered

Harvard police arrested an Allston man who allegedly stole a plaster statue from the room of an Adams House resident