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Michelle K. Hoffman

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Coffee-Colored Twilight

CANTABRIGIANS USED TO GATHER IN DIMLY LIT CAFES TO CHAIN-SMOKE AND LAY PLANS FOR THE REVOLUTION. BUT TODAY, BRIGHT, CLEAN,

Eating Club Reforms Offered

A Princeton University commission's report on undergraduate social life discusses changes that could alter the traditional balance between its residential

Journalists Debate Male Bias

Politics and positions in the news media are still biased towards males, despite significant progress during the 1960s and 1970s,

First-Years Shut Out For Tickets To Red Sox

More that half of the first-year students who won a chance to see the Red Sox home opener will not

University's South Africa Stocks Soar

Harvard's investments in companies with operations in South Africa increased in value in the latter half of 1991 by nearly

Japanese Journalist Speaks

Japanese journalist Yukio Matsuyama criticized Japanese democracy as "feudalistic" in a dinner speech last night at the Faculty Club. But

Outspoken Stickles Finishes Her Collegiate Puck Career

Bev Stickles is known for her speed and strong defending skills as the Harvard women's hockey co-captain. What most hockey

Council Discusses Definitions of Rape

The Undergraduate Council's date rape subcommittee yesterday debated the definition of rape given by the Date Rape Task Force's report

Three Named to Commission

During a ceremony at his Beacon Hill office on Tuesday, Gov. William F. Weld '66 swore in three Harvard affiliates

Seniors Submit Theses to Hist. and Lit.

Senior History and Literature concentrators bade farewell to months of research and nights of toil yesterday as they turned in

Writer Talks of Drugs, Sports

Colombian journalist Francisco Santos told a group of 18 students last night about his eight months as a hostage of

'SNL' Humorist Franken Speaks At ARCO Forum

Armed with Saturday Night Live clips and shotgun witticisms, Alan S. Franken '73 spoke to a packed crowd on political

Experts Analyze Results of Tuesday's Primaries

Historically finicky New Hampshire voters have thrown a few loops into the upcoming presidential race, political analysts and journalists said

Before Mike Berry There Was Frank Weissbecker

If there's a revolution going on in the Berry-era, Frank Weissbecker says that in his 17 years as dining services

WHRB Updates Equipment

Updating what station members say was a technological "Stone Age," WHRB replaced its oldest and most-used studio equipment this winter.

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