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Jennifer M. Kalish

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Reappraising AIDS?

Billions of dollars of AIDS testing, treatment and government research funding are based on what most scientists consider a well-established

False Fire Alarms Plague Eliot

Eliot House residents say they have been plagued by a series of false fire alarms this fall, with at least

Law Student Breaks Rules of Moot Court

A third-year Law School student broke tournament rules in a recent moot court competition. Melissa R. Hart '91, captain of

Lowering Cholesterol Is Futile After a Point

Due to the "lousy American diet, the American way of life leads to high cholesterol," said Dr. Frank M. Sacks,

Nominations

Only about two percent of the nominees each year actually win Ig Nobel Prizes, according to Marc A. Abrahams '78,

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