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DREAMING OF SPRING
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DREAMING OF SPRING

Cantabrigians took advantage of sunny weather yesterday afternoon, some jogging and some opting to relax on benches along the Charles River. Today is forecast to bring more of the same.

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Dean of the Faculty Jeremy Knowles speaks in the Faculty Room of University Hall yesterday. Knowles announced his decision to give up his post as dean of the Facuty earlier in the day.l

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Paul Celucci, former governor and ambassador to Canada speaks at the Harvard Faculty Club.

TEACHER-IN-CHIEF
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TEACHER-IN-CHIEF

Senator EDWARD M. “TED” KENNEDY ’54-’56 (D-Mass.) looks on as PRESIDENT BUSH speaks at Boston Latin School yesterday after signing the “No Child Left Behind Act.”

EXPRESS YOURSELF
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EXPRESS YOURSELF

AMY C. WAGNER '04 (R) and MONIQUE C. JAMES '03 perform with the Carribean Club Dance Troupe in Lowell Lecture Hall Saturday night. The show was sponsored by Expressions Dance Company.

ONE MAN'S TREASURE
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ONE MAN'S TREASURE

Customers scrambled for Halloween costumes Saturday night at Oona's, a Mass. Ave. vintage clothing store. While Halloween actually falls on Wednesday, many marked the holiday this past weekend.

I NEED YOU
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I NEED YOU

U.S. Rep. MICHAEL E. CAPUANO (D-Mass.) meets Harvard College Democrats at a barbeque. Jarrett T. Barrios ’90, who is eyeing a state senate run, also spoke to students.

MERRIMENT IN THE QUAD
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MERRIMENT IN THE QUAD

The rain stopped and the sun came out just in time for the Undergraduate Council's first annual Fallfest festivities, held on Saturday.

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