Nicholas A. Stoller

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Weld Grants Rent Control Respite

Gov. William F. Weld '66 signed an emergency act Wednesday that would grant a two-year reprieve of rent control's abolition

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Computer Society Picks New Leaders

John E. Stafford '96 was elected the new president of the Harvard Computer Society (HCS) last night. The society also

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Mather Students Sign Statement Against Slurs

Mather House residents met last night to sign a statement of solidarity condemning two racial slurs that have recently appeared

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Teen Drug Abuse on Rise in Cambridge

Alcohol and marijuana abuse is on the rise among Cambridge high school students, according to a survey released last week.

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Committee Passes Ethics Resolution

Following a decision by the Undergraduate Council two weeks ago to hire a council member as a disc jockey for

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Community BRIEFS

Nearly $2000 worth of women's clothing was stolen Sunday morning from the newly opened City Sports store on Dunster Street,

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Students Decry TPC Delays

Frustrated students who ordered computers and printers from the Technology Product Center this year said they found long delays and

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In Buying Alcohol, Harvard Is Frugal

After paying more than $26,000 to attend Harvard for a year, students are apparently frugal when it comes to buying

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Jackson Tenured at Law School

Law School Assistant Professor Howell E. Jackson, an expert in the regulation of financial institutions, has been appointed to a

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Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art

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ISIL is Not the End of the World

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The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

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College

Unloading the Ad Board