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From Flying Cars to Expanding Minds

Patrick J. Cudmore lives by himself on Durbury Beach, with no connection to phone or power lines. He generates his


Speaking in Tongues

Michael Cooperson '87 says his childhood was "just not normal. My Mom sang Greek hymns in the kitchen. At one


Dancing and Playing in the Gym

"We've got two martial artists, two fencers, two wrestlers and one runner so far," says Claire Mallardi, the choreographer of


Historic Building To Open Its Doors to City's Multicultural Arts

Like other local arts groups, the Underground Railway Theatre each season searches for new audiences. For lack of larger, affordable


Moore: Treading the Boards

For the first time in more than a year, Christopher L. Moore '86 isn't involved in a theater production. "It's


Homeless Over-Crowd Cambridge Shelters

Cambridge's three subway stops have always made the city a haven for many of the Boston, areas homeless, but according


Victory Sets Ticket Office Into Motion

The Harvard hockey team's win last night has prompted the ticket office to reinstate a new distribution policy developed last


University Police Arrest Suspect in Auto Homicide

An 18-year-old Florids resident was charged with vehicular homicide, possession of a marijuana and possession of a dangerous weapon yesterday


Classics Visit Walpole Prison, Escape With 124-91 Victory

The Harvard Classics went through more than the usual warmups before their basketball game last night with the inmates of


Kennedy School Appoints First Associate Administrative Dean

Defense expert Robert D. Hack will has been named the Kennedy School of Government's first associate dean for administration. The

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