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Oregon Ex-Gov. Likely IOP Head

Barbara Roberts, former governor of Oregon, is reportedly the leading candidate to be the next director of the Institute of


Coop Board Makes It Official: No Rebate

Citing a net loss for the 1993-1994 fiscal year, The Harvard Cooperative Society decided yesterday not to offer a monetary


College Bowl Team Wins First Victory

Facing fierce competition from across the United States and Canada, Harvard's College Bowl team overcame long odds and won its


3,417 Register at GSAS

At today's Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) registration, 3,417 students will join 49 departments in fields of expertise


Officials Introduce Program

With rock music blaring in the background, President Clinton's youngest and hippest adviser came to Harvard yesterday to promote a


Quayles May Visit IOP

Former Vice President Dan Quayle and his wife Marilyn have been invited to be visiting fellows at the Institute of


North House Residents Raise Money for Cable

In response to a house committee vote against purchasing cable television service, several students in the Jordan section of North


'80s Divestment Group Donates Fund to Harvard

Bringing a symbolic end to a quarter century of student protests against Harvard's financial involvement in South Africa, trustees of


Students Have Vigil, Speeches On Bosnia

Dozens of concerned students demonstrated yesterday to oppose the violence and human rights violations occurring in Bosnia. The events began


An Etiquette Guide for Tourists

Dear tourist, I know we haven't formally met, but I'm one of those people who runs around the Yard with


A Colonial Drink Makes a Comeback

Yet another old American tradition has been revitalized in Harvard Square. Hard cider, once the number one beverage consumed in


Ad Sparks Debate Over Free Speech

A recent advertisement in the student newspaper at a state school in Massachusetts has sparked debate on the school's campus


Former Dean Says He's Gay

A former dean of the Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge disclosed that he is homosexual at an annual meeting of

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art


ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

Reshuffling the Caseload

Unloading the Ad Board