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Environmentalist Urges Planning

The founder of Earth Day, Gaylord Nelson, said the responsibility of today's generation is to make the world's environment safe


Robinson Urges Black Awareness

In a speech at the Harvard Business School Career Alumni Conference yesterday, renowned international Black activist Randall Maurice Robinson emphasized


New Leaders Say RUS Will Stay Non-Political

The new leaders of the Radcliffe Union of Students (RUS) have pledged to continue the non-political stance the group adopted


University Warns Against Bomber

In the wake of another apparent attack by the infamous Unabomber, the Harvard police sent out e-mail and voice mail


Defamatory Poster Appalls Students

Several Kirkland House residents woke up this morning to find signs plastered on their doors denouncing "minority parasites" who live


Blaze Guts Two Apartments

More than 15 familes were left homeless last night after a sevenalarm fire gutted two Cambridge St. apartment buildings. The


Students Bumped From Mem. Hall

The renovations to Harvard Yard done over the past three years have done more than exiled students to 29 Garden


Streisand May Speak at IOP

After Hollywood, Broadway and the U.S. Tennis Open, singer/actress Barbra Streisand may now be coming to the John F. Kennedy


Velucci Calls for Food Labels

Alfred E. Vellucci, gadfly turned mayor turned gadfly again, may be out of office, but he still loves the political


Roosevelt: Gambling Is Election Year Issue

During a press conference yesterday for Democratic gubernatorial nominee Mark Roosevelt '78, an angry bystander demanded to know the candidate's

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Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

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Harvard vs. Yale

Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven


Freshman Survey Part III: Inside the Classroom and Out