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Adams, Leverett Houses Switch to Key Cards

Adams House and Leverett House will switch from key access to electronic key card systems this fall. In past years,

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Amid Protest, Grant Enrolls at Tufts

As Gina Grant began classes last Tuesday at Tufts University, students there called for an end to the media circus

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First-year Arts Program Inaugurated

Tempers flared last Thursday night in Agassiz Theatre as participants in the First-year Arts Program (FAP) discussed issues like the

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Students Shoot For Olympics

Harvard students are more known for their academic prowess than their athletic achievement. But a small group of Harvard students

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Wilson Proves Adaptable as Activist, Academic

Just six months after he graduated from Harvard, Chico Wilson '70 charmed a group of alumni lawyers gathered at the

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Hoffman Gives Up CES Chair

Co-founder and current chair of the Center for European Studies Stanley H. Hoffman is stepping down from his post after

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Jewett Approves Randomization

Members of the Class of 1999 will have no choice in their assignment of Houses, according to Dean of the

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Republican Groups Trade Insults, Allegations

As the Republican party prepares itself for a heated contest among party candidates for the presidential nomination in 1996, the

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Czech Leader Praises Reforms

The Czech Republic has successfully negotiated its transition from communism to a full-fledged market economy, said the republic's prime minister

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Harvard International Review Members Resign Over Workload

Two senior members of the Harvard International Review (HIR) have resigned in the past month, complaining of "intellectual snobbery" and

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Professor Gives $5 Million Gift To Law School

Langdell Professor of Law Philip E. Areeda '51 has donated more than $5 million to Harvard Law School, the school's

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Two Square Bars Charged in 'Sting'

The Crimson Sports Grille and the Spaghetti Club, two Harvard Square watering holes popular among undergraduates, have been charged with

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Peninsula Offers to Buy Salient

Peninsula has offered to purchase The Harvard Salient, Peninsula editors announced in a press release yesterday. "In the interest of

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Business Association, College Sponsor Talk

The Harvard Square Business Association (HSBA) and Dean of Students Archie C. Epps III collaborated yesterday to sponsor a seminar

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Students to Protest Murray

Two groups, one spearheaded by members of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) and another comprised of students from the

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