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Square Bustles With Shoppers

As Christmas draws near, Square businesses are attracting holiday shoppers in numbers roughly comparable to last year, although inclement weather

BU Gives Students Cable TV In Dorms

When Boston University (BU) students return next semester, many will find a cable TV connection awaiting them in their rooms—an

Report Shows Labor Misclassifications

Between 14 and 24 percent of employers in the Massachusetts construction industry classify their workers as independent contractors—a designation that

Harvard Students Celebrate Wonders of Beer

Ian W. Nichols ’06 won’t discuss any official business at board meetings until he’s had at least two beers. Such

Local Turnout Creeps Upward

Those expecting Cambridge voter turnout to smash previous records were disappointed to see only moderate gains. According to Teresa Neighbor,

Columbia To Probe Faculty Remarks

Columbia University announced Wednesday that it will launch an investigation into anti-Semitic remarks by faculty members, which were brought to

The Bomb to Best all H-Bombs

Male students disenchanted with the traditional recruiting options may want to try their chances at becoming prominent underwear models. This

Record Rate of Students to Vote

College students will go to the polls in record numbers and a majority of them will cast their vote for

AIDS Relief Program Falls Behind Schedule

Delays in the importation of AIDS drugs may cause a Harvard AIDS relief program to miss its first-year targets, according

Cards, Candy Used to Reach Out

When Merritt R. Baer ’06 suffered a personal tragedy in her freshman year, she would have wanted to know other

Harvard Ranks Ninth for Black Students

This month’s issue of Black Enterprise magazine has named Harvard ninth on its list of 50 Best Colleges & Universities

Markey Addresses College Dems

A leading Massachusetts Democrat attacked the Bush administration while positioning himself as a candidate to replace John F. Kerry in

Harvard Blogger Numbers Grow

While the word ‘blog’ would have confused many just a few years ago, the phenomenon of keeping a daily online