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Scavenger Hunt a Hit With First-Years

After a frenzied day of shaved eyebrows, toga-donning and desperate calls to the agent of Conan O’Brien ’85, the first-ever

Black Women Elect New Leaders

About 40 members of the Association for Black Harvard Women (ABHW) gathered Monday night to elect Helen Ogbara ’05 as

Sprinkler Soaks Stoughton Room

Yard dormitories offer their first year residents many special amenities, but the inhabitants of Stoughton Hall North 22 didn’t expect

French Ex-Official Extols 35-Hour Work Week

Despite criticism from detractors who dismissed it as counterproductive and preposterous, France’s new 35-hour work week has actually been extremely

HMS Honors Goodall with Global Evironmental Citizen Award

In a celebration marked by several standing ovations, a massive marble statuette and capped off by a chimp call, world-famous

Culture Connection

Libertarian Links Free Trade to Freedom, Peace

Globalization “creates incentives for harmony and peace, which is about as good as we can do in this life,” Tom

Pardon Me?

Former Illinois Governor Attacks Death Penalty

The death penalty is “arbitrary, capricious, racist, unjust and unfair,” according to former Governor of Illinois George Ryan, who spoke

Expert Panel Debates Gun Control

The Second Amendment deserves a B-minus in draftmanship, according to Frankfurter Professor of Law Alan Dershowitz, who debated the constitutional

Dems. Fail to Tap IOP Director for Senate Bid

A group of high-ranking Kansas Democrats tried to woo Dan Glickman last weekend to run for senate in 2004, but