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BROAD STROKES
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BROAD STROKES

Sophomore and Crimson No. 1 Will Broadbent, shown in earlier action, split his matches against top-10 opponents over the break.

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BREATHER
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BREATHER

The Harvard women's tennis team's contest with BU provided a chance to vary the lineup before braving North Carolina next weekend.

FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH
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FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH

Sophomore MIKE BLUMBERG won easily at the No. 4 position.

FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH
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FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH

Harvard freshman WILL BROADBENT won his debut at the No. 1 spot convincingly.

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Sophomore MINA PELL (26), who led Harvard with nine goals this year, celebrates a penalty corner goal, while senior back KATIE TURCK (10) looks on.

Presidential Address
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Presidential Address

Former Mexican President Ernesto Zidillo addresses a captivated audience yesterday at the Kennedy School of Government's ARCO Forum. Zedillo urged wealthy nations to break down trade barriers.

ETHNIC STUDIES
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ETHNIC STUDIES

Students met yesterday in Lowell JCR to talk about ethnic studies in an IOP-sponsored discussion.

TALKING THE TALK
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TALKING THE TALK

Students met yesterday in Lowell JCR to discuss ethnic studies in a Harvard Political Union event, though most participants cancelled.

BULL IN A CHINA SHOP
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BULL IN A CHINA SHOP

James Bullock comepetes in men's squash.

CHILLIN' LIKE A DYLAN
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CHILLIN' LIKE A DYLAN

Dylan Patterson competes in men's squash.

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Students rehearse for the annual Cultural Rhythms show to be held this Saturday. This year's host will be Blair Underwood, who will be honored as the 2002 Artist of the Year.

GETTING ZIGGY WITH IT
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GETTING ZIGGY WITH IT

Sophomore ZIGGY WHITMAN was the Crimson’s No. 4 player in Harvard’s 9-0 sweeps of Brown and Cornell. Whitman swept each of his matches, 3-0.

BALANCING ACT
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BALANCING ACT

A street performer wows the crowd at Brattle Square Saturday night. The area around Harvard Square fosters a lively street culture and has become a favored location for many "buskers."

Eldo Kim
Crime

News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

OKWELOGU
Track and Cross Country

Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

Protest
Columns

Reconstruction 3.0