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Phoning Home

This was supposed to be the summer of my independence. After growing up in Cambridge and going to college a

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Harvard Purchases Doubletree Hotel Building

In the latest addition to its 200-acre campus across the Charles River, Harvard announced Monday that it had purchased the Doubletree Guest Suites Hotel building in Allston.

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Seeing Red

In a city like Cambridge, red areas aren’t about home cooking, gun-toting and moral values-loving. Red Cambridge means hammers, anvils

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Riverside Building Plans Approved

Harvard received the go-ahead from the city’s Planning Board to construct 328 housing units in the neighborhood along the Charles

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Campus Reacts to Failure of Gay Marriage Appeal

Legal observers on campus said this week they were not surprised by the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on Monday to

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At Least We’re Not Sore Losers

One was a Republican running in the “People’s Republic of Cambridge.” The other was a Green-Rainbow Party candidate taking on

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Riverside Plans Draw Criticism

Dozens of Riverside residents challenged the location and design of Harvard’s proposed housing complexes in their neighborhood at a meeting

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Copley Turns Sober As Night Wears On

BOSTON—Hundreds descended on Copley Square yesterday hoping for a victory speech from John F. Kerry, but the crowd became subdued

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Local Races Feature Harvard

As Cambridge voters head to the polls today to cast their ballots in the presidential elections, they will also weigh

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Medical Campus Alerted to Rapes

Police have warned students at Harvard’s Longwood medical campus not to walk alone at night after two women were raped

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Harvard Plans To Develop Riverside

Harvard is proposing to build 330 new graduate student and faculty apartments in the neighborhood along the Charles River, which

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Toomey Renominated as City Holds Primaries

Timothy D. Toomey was poised late last night to once again secure the Democratic nomination for state representative from the

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Survivor: Boston Harbor

BOSTON HARBOR—“Except for the whole thunder and lightning part, this camping trip was really fun,” one of my eighth grade

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But What Will the Neighbors Think?

After three years of discussions culminating in a marathon of late-night negotiating sessions, Lawrence Adkins was tired—but not too tired

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Students Reflect

When the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled in November that same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry, Harvard’s Bisexual,

Adventures in Separation and Spain
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Adventures in Separation and Spain

Dare to Dye
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Dare to Dye

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Dos Besos

A World Cup Malcontent
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A World Cup Malcontent