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It was April when the Amistad docked in Mystic, Connecticut, to unload its captured cargo. It was a blustery 40

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Let's Return To Third Grade

V alentine's Day went downhill after third grade. In third grade, everyone in the class spent the morning making sticky,

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How Sports Stars Are Found

As a high school quarterback in Las Vegas, Jay A. Snowden '98 was recruited by coaches from the University of

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Paula Goes to Harvard, Her Neurosis Follows

Paula Poundstone is brusque and freckled, with a crunchy Massachusetts accent. And she doesn't seem terribly eager to talk about

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D.U. Club Still Closed; No Fall Punch Planned

Due to financial trouble and hostile relations with its graduate board, the D.U. Club has not yet opened its doors

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Poundstone To Perform In Sanders Theatre

Award-winning comedian Paula Poundstone will return to her native state and perform in Sanders Theatre October 23 for an HBO

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Rudenstine's Salary Is Average For Presidents

Harvard may be number one in the academic polls, but when it comes to university presidents' salaries, President Neil L.

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Central Square Hosts Its Third 'World's Fair'

Decked out in a random assortment of rollerblades, army fatigues, Harvard sweatshirts, nose rings and balloon hats, over 60,000 people

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Radcliffe Welcomes Class of 1999

Yesterday evening, nearly three hundred people converged in pennant-decked Radcliffe Yard for the 1995 Radcliffe Convocation. After a formal procession,

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Harvard Playboy Models Autograph Magazines

A sheepish student moved up in the line and adjusted his baseball hat before presenting his copy of Playboy's October

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Rethinking Affirmative Action

Go to Harvard and turn left--these were the standard directions to the White House in 1961. But as Washington politics

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Chair Endowed at K-School

The University announced yesterday that Charles F. Adams '32, a descendant of former U.S., Presidents John Adams and John Quincy

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Black Students Protested on Their Own Terms

On November 20, 1969, 100 members of Black Students for Action (BSFA) added another to the series of protests that

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Campus Rocked By Politics of War

The turbulent politics of race, class and authority which swelled around the Vietnam War ripped through the Harvard and Radcliffe

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Coed Dorms: First Stage of the Merger

Classrooms went in 1943, diplomas in 1962 and Lamont Library in 1966. And in the spring of 1970, three Harvard

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