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Several individuals with University affiliations have played a role in financing this year's U.S. Senate campaign.

By Amella E. Morrow, Crimson

Name, TitleCandidate  Amount Myron L. Belfer, Professor of  Kerry  $250 Psychiatry     Sandra S. Coleman, Administrative  Kerry  $500 Dean, Harvard Law School     William A. Doebele, Williams  Kerry  $300 Professor of Design, Emeritus     John T. Edsall '23, Professor of  Kerry  $1250 Biochemistry, Emeritus     Iris M. Fanger, Director of the  Kerry  $1000 Harvard Dance Center     Martin S. Feldstein '61, Baker  Weld  $2000 Professor of Economics     Richard M. Hunt,  Weld  $1500 University Marshal     Samuel P. Huntington,  Kerry  $250 Weatherhead University Professor     Rosabeth Kanter, Class of 1960  Kerry  $250 Prof. of Business Administration     David R. Mittelman, Bond Manager,  Weld  $1000 Harvard Management     Matthew T. Ozug '00,  Kerry  $225 Undergraduate     Hal S. Scott, Nomura Professor of  Weld  $500 International Financial Systems     Mona Serageldin, Adjunct  Weld  $250 Professor of Urban Planning     Howard H. Stevenson, Sarofim-Rock  Weld  $1000 Professor of Business Administration     Source: Federal Election Commision

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