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Pusey Leads First Major Capital Campaign

As the Class of 1956 wrapped up its first year at the College, they were joined by a fellow newcomer

Council Discusses Square’s Future

The spirit of Harvard Square should be protected and nurtured, local business and cultural leaders told city councillors yesterday. The

Panel Dishes On Terror Policing

The police commissioner whose department responded to the Sept. 11 World Trade Center attacks discussed balancing counterterrorism policing and democratic

Increase in Student Groups Debated

The Committee on College Life (CCL) revisited the issue of the rapidly increasing number of student groups at its monthly

Dean Kidd Issues Apology for E-Mail

In a letter released to The Crimson last night, Associate Dean of the College Judith H. Kidd apologized to the

Possible Sewage Leak Shuts Down Leverett Dining Hall

Dirty, malodorous water seeped into the Leverett House dining hall yesterday morning, prompting the dining hall’s manager to close the

Lip Balm, Post-It Notes To Spread Alcohol Stats

Students will soon begin receiving personalized birthday cards—complete with statistics about alcohol-related social norms at Harvard—from the Office of Alcohol

No Alcohol Arrests, Injuries at The Game

Harvard’s triple-overtime football victory was not the only reason to celebrate this past weekend. The Harvard-Yale Game also came and

THE NEWS IN BRIEF: Fear of Legal Action Apparently Shuts Down Popular Music-Sharing Program i2hub

The legal battle over online file sharing claimed a new victim this week when i2hub, an application that allowed high

Mather HoCo To Address Drinking

The Mather House Council (HoCo) will serve up a message of alcohol awareness along with the usual snacks and beverages

RIAA Files New Round of Lawsuits, Targets University Students for Uploading

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has filed a new round of 745 copyright infringement lawsuits against users of

Yale Bans Parties Before The Game

On-campus parties with more than 20 attendees will be banned on the Friday night before the Harvard-Yale Game, according to

RIAA Sues Three Harvard Network Users for Music Copyright Infringement in New Round of Law Suits

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has filed 757 new copyright infringement lawsuits, including three against Harvard users, as

Cops Seek To Curb Underage Drinking

In an effort to combat underage drinking, Cambridge is now participating in a nationwide program that places undercover law enforcement

Sir2 Genes May Extend Lifespan

Although the legendary Fountain of Youth that brought Ponce de Leon to Florida in the sixteenth century is probably a