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Paul Simon

The Crimson staff considered endorsements for the presidential candidates who had backers on staff. None of the candidates garnered majority

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All Pepped Up But No Place to Go

For a soccer player, Harvard Captain Mark Pepper has been spending a lot of time on ice. At a preseason

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Colleges Aim to Combat AIDS Apathy

If an infallible nationwide test were done today, it would find that between three and four million Americans would test

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How I Didn't Spend My Summer Vacation

It could be happening even as you're reading this. You're waiting in yet another endless line for study cards/sectioning/to get

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Quad Carpenters End Strike Plans

Workers and management Saturday settled a contract dispute that threatened to delay construction for Harvard's $21.6 million Quad renovations project.

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Passengers Escape; PBH Bus Aflame

A Harvard shuttle bus borrowed by Phillips Brooks House (PBH) burst into flames near Medford last week, but with no

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A Look at Other Campuses:

Penn Three students were expelled from a summer program at the University of Pennsylvania for anti-Semitic behavior, said Jay R.

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Bio Labs Get New Director

Following a nationwide search, the vice chairman of the University of Pennsylvania's chemistry department has been appointed director of Harvard's

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I Want My MTV

Your idea of a perfect summer probably isn't spending eight weeks in a classroom with fluorescent lighting, studying calculus or

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From Divestment to Elvis: Buying In Or Branching Out?

When the Undergraduate Council was first formed five years ago, Dean of Students Archie C. Epps III predicted a short

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Bok to Appear Before Council

President Bok will make a first-ever appearance at the Undergraduate Council's weekly meeting tonight to discuss a wide range of

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Costello Fans Rock in Bright

Students did not fill Bright Arena last night to watch the Crimson stickmen pump goals into an opposing net but

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University of Iowa President Chosen To Take Helm of Dartmouth College

After a six-month search, the Dartmouth College Board of Trustees last Monday unanimously selected a Harvard graduate to assume the

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MAKING YOUR MARK ON HARVARD

It's all about immortality. Michelangelo has it. So does Rembrandt. And students really want it. To some degree, they've got

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Council to Host 30-Keg Party In Mem Hall for Undergrads

The Undergraduate Council will host a campuswide bash in Memorial Hall this Friday night, intended to foster student unity, despite

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Survey Part I: Get To Know Harvard’s Class of 2018

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Opening Days

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