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And they're off. Off and running before the 1993 Undergraduate Council election, the candidates are decorating kiosks all over campus
Make that four in a row. Four years in a row, that is, that U.S. News and World Report has
Louie's Superette, the convenience store located across from Mather House and a vital source of alcohol for neighboring residents, remains
This year the Harvard equestrian team placed fifth out of thirteen teams in its division. The club consists of 20
The suggested North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) will benefit Mexico, and Latinos in the United States and Hispanic-Americans should
Brown University must restore its women's gymnastics and volleyball teams, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit Court
Teaching and learning are the keys for ex-convicts to adjust successfully to mainstream society, according to Mimi Silbert, president of
Multinational corporations are vital to the survival and growth of world trade, said David de Pury, chair of the Switzerland-based
Before an audience of more than 100 at the Kennedy School of Government, panelists voiced disagreement over whether rights sought
The president of the newly-formed Harvard Republican Action Committee yesterday said his club has won official recognition from the College
Selfishness is healthy and rational, an Objectivist speaker told an audience of more than 100 in a speech at the
BOSTON--A new Massachusetts College Republican Headquarters opened its doors yesterday, touted by local politicians as an incubator for G.O.P. success.
Snow and hurricane winds smacked the East Coast from Florida to Maine during one of the most powerful storms of
Thirty Yale and Harvard law School students rallied on the steps of Memorial Church yesterday to protest President Clinton's refusal