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QSA hosts a potluck for pre-Thanksgiving dinner yesterday at the Women's Center.

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QSA hosts a potluck for pre-Thanksgiving dinner yesterday at the Women's Center.

Body & Soul
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Body & Soul

PADAME, Harvard dance group, performs at A Harvard-Yale Talent Showcase called Body & Soul, presented by the Kuumba Singers of Harvard College.

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Four Harvard Students Named Rhodes Scholars

Three Harvard undergraduates and one Harvard Medical School students number among the 32 Rhodes Scholars announced today.

Harvard-Yale Pep Rally
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Harvard-Yale Pep Rally

Peter Davis '12, one of three candidates vying for the position of vice president of the Undergraduate Council, jokes about Drew Faust in front of crowds of undergraduates at the Harvard-Yale Pep Rally in Harvard Yard last night.

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Roving Reporter

Kihn-Kyemon Aung ’13 was interviewed by the Crimson's Roving Reporter yesterday.

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Roving Reporter

Kevina Lu (right), a local student, was interviewed by the Crimson's Roving Reporter yesterday.

Human Rights Fair
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Human Rights Fair

Students talk to representatives from human rights organizations like the Peace Corps, Amnesty International, and Harvard College AIESEC, at the Human Rights Fair yesterday. Seventeen local, national, and international human rights organizations were represented at the event, which was held yesterday afternoon at the Office of Career Services.

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Today in Photos (11/19/10)

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2010 UC Election

Hot Dog Eating Contest
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Hot Dog Eating Contest

Students devour hot dogs for an eating contest during the Harvard-Yale Pep Rally

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On November 6, Leverett Dining Hall played host to the Harvard South Asian Dance Company’s production of “Kalpanam: The Rebirth of Love,” which showcased various dance styles.

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UC Tickets Appeal To Freshmen

The three Undergraduate Council presidential tickets proposed improvements to social and academic life during an hour-long debate in Annenberg Hall last night.

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