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Grad. Student Financial Aid Will BE Changed, Increased

Faculty and administration alike agreed on the need to reform and increase graduate student financial support at a meeting yesterday.

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The Crime in the Courts

Though normally found around a printing press, Crimson editors have at least twice during the past 30 years ended up

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Health Care Activist Opens Speaker Series

Dr. Paul Farmer, an activist for improving medical care for the poor, visited Harvard last night to explain to students

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Greatest Team Ever?

Don't let Harvard's poor record in the seasons leading up to this one fool you. Believe it or not, the

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C.S. Department Reacts to Ge's Apparent Suicide

About 70 graduate students, professors and staff members gathered yesterday morning in grief and bewilderment over the apparent suicide of

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HMS Library May Be Renovated

Over the past two years, funds have been raised for significant renovations at the Countway Library of the Harvard Medical

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Monks Fast to Protest Tibet Policy

From the quiet prayers of Tibetan monks to the loud chants of "Free Tibet," Swedenborg Chapel was the locus of

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Students Object To Serving Grapes

The Annenberg Hall staff received 11 feedback forms yesterday relating to the decision of Harvard Dining Services (HDS) to lift

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College Volunteers Flock to HELP

Membership in the Harvard Emerging Literacy Project (HELP), a public service program launched last semester, has nearly quadrupled this fall,

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IOP Kicks Off Study Groups

Pizza and public policy were on display last night as the Institute of Politics (IOP) held an open house for

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History and Literature Sees Rise in Applicants

During the first three weeks of April, a sizable percentage of the class of 2000 is expected to apply to

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New Racquet Facility Replaces Pool Parking Lot

One of the last free parking lots in the city of Cambridge has temporarily disappeared. Blodgett Pool's parking lot closed

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Comic Pair Helps Film PBS Show

As Harvard students left campus this spring break, Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) cameras rolled in to tape a "College of

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Rainy Day Impression

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