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An Unconventional Physicist

After creaking in on crutches to her office in the High Energy Physics Lab, the only female tenured Harvard professor

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Interviews: Pre-Med Drama

On campus these days, neatly groomed seniors dressed in dark suits can be seen rushing to recruiting interviews at top

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Portrait Of a Virus

The virus responsible for last month's vomiting epidemic on campus is a well-known mystery. While no one is sure exactly

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Second Illness Survey Taken

In cooperation with the federal Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the Freshman Dean's Office (FDO) yesterday continued to survey victims

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Epidemic Test Results Delayed, Out Tomorrow

The preliminary test results to explain the mysterious epidemic that caused violent vomiting in more than 225 Harvard students last

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Union to Resume Cooking

First, President Neil L. Rudenstine announced he wasn't feeling well, and would have to take a break. Then, on Tuesday

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Binge Drinking Common on Campus

A study released Monday by researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health warns that binge drinking by college students

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Students Celebrate Kwanzaa

More than 70 students yesterday observed the first undergraduate Kwanzaa, an African-American celebration of ethnic unity, with singing, speeches, food,

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Houses Gear Up for Formal Marathon

With the short winter formal season only 22 days away, it's time to get the tuxedo cleaned. And cleaned. And

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Analyzing the Effects of the Human Genome Project

Huddled in classrooms at MIT, about 200 students and professionals from across the nation engaged this weekend in a giant

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Asians in Medicine Discuss Stereotypes

Asian-Americans in medicine broke a traditional silence on issues specific to the Asian community last Saturday and discussed discrimination, stereotypes

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Students Challenge Speaker's Views

While undergraduates at Harvard may feel less inclined to preach a feminist party line than did Katie A. Roiphe '90,

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Cancer, Dye Not Linked

Contradicting longstanding research, Harvard scientists have determined that hair dye does not cause cancer. Scientists at the Medical School and

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Rebirth of the PLAGUE

For the last week and a half, the same plague which cut Northern Europe's population to nearly a half in

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Community BRIEFS

In its first meeting of the year, the North House Committee last night voted to work toward a joint winter

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Survey Part I: Get To Know Harvard’s Class of 2018

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Class of 2018: By the Numbers

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An Evil Woman

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