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THE UNIVERSITY DAILY, EST. 1873 TODAY'S PAPER Volume CXLV, No. 126

It'll Be Just Like You're in Cambridge

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Today's Stories
  • Sruthi Palaniappan ’20 and Julia M. Huesa ’20 will lead the student body as Undergraduate Council president and vice president in 2019, the UC Election Commission announced Thursday evening.
  • Palaniappan and Huesa — who will take the reins in December from current UC President Catherine L. Zhang ’19 and Vice President Nicholas D. Boucher ’19 — ran under the slogan “make Harvard home.”
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  • The Dean of Students Office emailed students Thursday night to state that its officials had independently confirmed the results of the UC’s presidential election.
  • The message came after many students received an anonymous email Thursday accusing the Undergraduate Council’s election commission of being “biased.”
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  • Harvard University Police Chief Francis D. “Bud” Riley emphasized that the Boston Police Department will have ultimate jurisdiction at the upcoming Harvard-Yale football game.
  • Riley said attendees who violate Fenway Park’s rules or Massachusetts laws will be ejected from the park or arrested.
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  • Conservative and liberal pundits took to the stage at the Institute of Politics’ JFK Forum Thursday night to participate in a lively panel discussion of last week’s national midterm elections.
  • The panelists advanced dueling analyses of the recent election cycle, in which Republicans extended their majority in the Senate and Democrats won the House of Representatives, along with key gubernatorial seats.
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  • Students got into the competitive spirit at Harvard-Yale Spirit Week, a series of events meant to generate pre-match excitement ahead of this year's iteration of the Harvard-Yale football game Saturday.
  • Andrew J. Berry, a lecturer in the Organismic and Evolutionary Biology Department, gave a lecture entitled, “Why Harvard is Better Than Yale.”
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