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HARVARD'S MOST WANTED: THE PHANTOM OF SANDERS THEATER

A summary of views, commentary and sometimes comedy compiled by The Harvard Crimson editorial staff.

By Tanya Dutta

Monday 10:07 a.m.: Students arrived to take their midterm in Foreign Cultures 48: "The Cultural Revolution." Thirty exams and many blue books disappeared under mysterious circumstance, leaving mystified teaching fellows and irate students in its wake. Order broke down among the students.

Wednesday 1:12 p.m.: Students arrived at Sanders Theater prepared to sit through two hours of lecture for Literature and Arts C-37: "The Bible and Its Interpreters." Midway through the first hour, a fire alarm mysteriously sounded then suddenly shut off. Soon afterwards, the microphone stopped functioning. After replacement, the remaining lecture was punctuated with siren blasts from nearby fire engines.

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