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What Harvard Doesn't Know

For over 350 years, Harvard has stood for the advancement of knowledge, and it sometimes can seem as though everyone

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Fraternal Disorder

Fifty guys can’t fit into a dorm room. Sigma Chi knows. They’ve tried. Evicted from 43-45 Mount Auburn St. this

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The Comfort Zone

On the weekend of April 5-7, The Crimson took a poll of 408 students. Among other questions, the survey asked,

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The Wedding Planners

At a small table in a dimly lit corner of Bertucci’s, an attractive Harvard couple had a conversation about marriage.

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Q & A: Ronald L. Mallett, Time Travel Expert

Ronald L. Mallett, a professor of physics at the University of Connecticut, claims to hold the key to going back

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Science!

Telepathy. Time travel. Social opportunities for Harvard chemistry grad students. What has previously been relegated to fiction is being pursued

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Princeton Studies Mind Reading- Or Did You Already Know That?

At the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) laboratory, the existence of psychokinesis, the ability to move physical objects solely through

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Physics: The Musical!

Physics 16 teaching fellow Alexia E. Schulz leaps off the large wooden table into the arms of fellow TF David

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Harvard Professor Demonstrates Hypnosis Is Real

According to Lindsley Professor of Psychology Stephen M. Kosslyn and the research team at his Visual Cognitive Neuroscience Lab, hypnosis

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Mr. Tamarin Man

Five days a week, Bailey H. Spaulding ’04 treks over to Divinity Avenue, goes to the 10th floor of William

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A Room of Their Own

U.S. News and World Report doesn’t rank lounges, but if they did, seventh-year chemistry grad student Timothy R. Dransfield thinks

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What in the Lord's Name is Going On?

On a cool Sunday morning in the Back Bay, a crowd of 400 pours into the unadorned auditorium of John

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The story of one former student member of the BCC

In November 1991, Chris Lee, then a sophomore at MIT, was invited by a friend in his orchestra to join

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The story of one student recruited by the BCC

R. Michael Meagher ’02 was recruited by the BCC his first year. As Meagher walked through the Yard on his

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Professors' Cribs

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