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Abigail N. Sosland

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A Frightful Tale of Truth and Fiction

Be forewarned: Longtime Companion is not Dick Tracy; it is not your run-of-the-mill summer flick. But AIDS is not your

Christmas Shopping From A to Z

Well, Christmas season is upon us once more, With mad holiday crowds in every store. If you've been kind of

Harvard Bicyclists Break Away From the Rules

Harvard students are generally law-abiding, respectful citizens, but something about biking brings out the rebel in many of them. Despite

State Sen. Committee Passes S. Africa Bill

A committee of the Massachusetts State Senate last week approved an amended version of the "selective purchase" bill, which would

Board Vote Important Step, Activists Say

A Board of Overseers vote on the University's investment policies would be an important step towards expanding the powers of

Supt. Wilson Advocates Action

College students and young professionals, particularly Blacks and Hispanics, should help educate Boston's large population of illiterate and unskilled youth,

Raquetwomen Tip Bruins

The number one ranked Harvard women's squash team opened its Ivy League season with a 7-2 victory over Brown last

Kennedy Calls on Community To Reach Out to Immigrants

Local churches and charities need to redouble efforts to encourage immigrants to legalize their citizenship, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy '54

Seniors Shoot Comedy Videos

That's a wrap! After laboring for eight 20-hour days on a video-designing project for the American Comedy Network, two Harvard

Sharansky Urges Emigration

Americans should not allow themselves to be blinded by the release of prominent Soviet dissidents and should continue to oppose

Yale Union Negotiations Progress Slowly

The lack of early progress in negotiating sessions between Yale University and its union workers has raised the possibility of

School at School
Columns

What We Forget About School: School

Head of the Charles
Men's Crew

Head of the Charles 2014

CS50 in Mather
Columns

CS50 and the Humanities

Closing Ceremony
Columns

Ignore Congress. Close Gitmo.