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John Wagley

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Gays Debate Republican Rule

Three speakers at the Institute of Politics last night debated the future of gays and lesbians in politics and whether

Profs: Whitewater Overblown

Harvard professors say the ongoing Whitewater controversy may tarnish the Clinton presidency, but it is nowhere near becoming a scandal

Wirth Warns of Future Crises

A growing world population and dwindling environmental resources will provide the most urgent international challenge of the next century, State

Three Kiosks Close Down at Shops by Harvard Yard

Although some businesses at the The Shops by Harvard Yard at Holyoke Center are doing well, the majority of shop

Security Tight for Gore Visit

The Secret Service and a special "advance team" comprised only a small part of the extensive security measures taken for

Kushner Talks on AIDS

Despite tremendous anxiety and stress, people with AIDS must have hope for the future, Pulitzer Prizewinning playwright Tony Kushner told

Pacino Speaks at Science Ctr.

Shakespeare may be dead, but he had a great deal to say last night when Al Pacino came to the

Holyoke Not a Refuge for Homeless

The new shopping arcade at Holyoke Center may look warm and welcoming to most. But the homeless people who gather

Harvard Profs Applaud Brady Gun Control Bill

Harvard professors interviewed yesterday spoke strongly in favor of the Brady gun control bill, which passed the House of Representatives

College Committee Targets Free Speech

A newly formed student-administration committee will focus on issues of free speech on campus, according to co-founder Allen H. Erbsen

Driver Survives Auto Accident At Building Site

A Brighton resident narrowly avoided certain death in a freak automobile collision with heavy construction equipment while turning onto Quincy

Marijuana-Laced Cigars in Vogue

Next time you see a high school student smoking a cigar, look again, because it may be more than just

New Market Approved By Panel

The Mid-Cambridge Conservation District Commission last night approved a plan for a new market on Broadway at the site of

Debate Tournament a Success

A near-record number of teams attended this weekend's Parliamentary Debate Tournament at Harvard, as a duo from Yale topped a

Fiddlers Flock to Violin Shop

Many come to Harvard with a love for playing, singing or listening to music. But a lifetime passion for the

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