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Bumper Stickers Mean City Elections Are Here

Almost every taxi cab in Harvard Square sports a "Ken Reeves #1" bumper sticker. Signs urging Cambridge residents to put

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Bumper Stickers Mean City Elections Are Here

Almost every taxi cab in Harvard Square sports a "Ken Reeves #1" bumper sticker. Signs urging Cambridge residents to put

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1992: The Year the Money Ran Out?

Years from now, older Cambridge political hacks may look back on the 1992 fiscal year and speak with warmth about

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War Strikes Close to Home for Kuwaiti Student

When news of the U.S.-led aerial assault on Iraq broke last Wednesday night, visiting Kuwaiti student Bader El-Jeaan stayed up

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War Sparks Conflicts in City

As word of President Bush's decision to go to war in the Persian Gulf spread last week, gluing eyes to

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Council Plans Afro-Am Forum

The Undergraduate Council last night resolved to hold an open forum on the troubled Afro-American Studies Department, even though council

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Council Criticizes Stock Jump

The Undergraduate Council voted overwhelmingly last night to send a letter to the Corporation expressing its disappointment over an increase

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Few Know Face Behind Voice

Students aren't the only members of the Harvard community with interesting extracurricular activities. One Harvard Dining Services (HDS) administrator says

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`Billionaire Boys' Club' in Action

It's been called the Undergraduate Council's billionaire boys' club; it's almost exclusively male, and its members meet behind closed doors

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Council Approves Divestment Report

The Undergraduate Council last night endorsed a report showing that a majority of students support complete University divestment from South

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Heading the Council: Complement or Conflict?

As Undergraduate Council Chair Evan B. Rauch '91-'92 tells it, he and Vice Chair Joel D. Hornstein '91-'92 first met

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Incumbents, Divestment Win Big In Elections

Midway through ballot counting in this year's Undergraduate Council elections, it appears likely that nearly all of the 35 incumbents

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UHS Replaces Clinic With New Procedure

As part of an effort to shorten waiting times and personalize medical care, University Health Services (UHS) has eliminated its

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University Introduces New Telephone System

In an effort to cut costs and improve phone service, the University has launched its own phone company. The new

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Sullivan Says More Gov't Won't Solve Health Crisis

At an address at the Kennedy School of Government, Federal Secretary of Health and Human Services Louis W. Sullivan called

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