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Patrick to Leave Harvard Post At End of Spring

Director of the Office of Human Resources Diane Patrick will officially be leaving Harvard this spring, now that the confirmation

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Defining a Feminist/Activist

P erhaps the best synthesis of the thoughts and actions of Sarah S. Song '96 can be found in her

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Hoopes Prizes Awarded for Theses

The College announced the award of Thomas Temple Hoopes Prizes to 49 seniors and their supervisors for excellence in scholarly

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TV Show Profiles 'Ivory Tower'

The cast and crew of Harvard-Radcliffe Television's (HRTV) "Ivory Tower" got a visit from another television crew Tuesday. The soap

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Two 1993 Grads Die in Suspected Murder-Suicide

Two members of the Class of 1993 died on January 13 in an alleged murder-suicide in Los Angeles. According to

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Bradley Calls For Election Fund Reform

Senators should be barred from seeking private campaign funding, and instead be made to share a publicly-controlled electoral fund, Senator

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Hundreds Attend Memorial Service For Piedrahita

More than 400 friends of Gabriel Piedrahita '96 gathered at a memorial service in his memory at Agassiz Theatre Saturday.

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After 37 Years, Pipes Set to Retire

Baird Professor of History Richard Pipes announced last month that he will retire this spring after more than 37 years

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Winthrop Senior Killed In Plane Crash in Andes

Gabriel Piedrahita '96, a 22-year-old Winthrop House resident, died on December 20 in the crash of American Airlines Flight 965

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Omission Of Photos Raises Questions

Upon settling down to their reading last month, the students and teaching fellows of Literature and Arts B-10 were startled

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Ehrlich Elected PBHA President

Andrew J. Ehrlich '96 will remain at Harvard after his intended lune graduation date to assume the presidency of the

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Mayoral Election Is Looming Large

As the Cambridge City Council candidates met last night at their first meeting since Thanksgiving, an air of expectancy hovered

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Council Votes on Controversial Residency Requirement

The Cambridge City Council last night narrowly approved a controversial ordinance mandating residency for employees who earn more than $50,000.

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Teaching The Tricks Of the Trade

While most professors try to teach their students a few tricks of the trade, Persi W. Diaconis has built his

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Community BRIEFS

* MATHER HOUSE * Senior Tutor Peckham Takes Two-Month Maternity Leave Mather House Allston Burr Senior Tutor Mary Peckham began

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Rainy Day Impression

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Unlocking the Map