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Guards May Strike If Demands Not Met

As negotiations with AlliedBarton enter their fourth month without intervention from the Harvard administration, the University’s outsourced security guards voted

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Harvard Marathoners Brave Rain for Good Causes

As spectators, friends, and family looked on, dozens of Harvard students braved howling winds and temperatures in the 40s, as

Sharing a Room, Sharing a Race

Early in the afternoon when most students are done for the day, Charlton “Chad” Volpe ’07 laces on his sneakers

Plan Would Arm Local Cops with Tasers

PD) plans to arm its officers with Tasers—weapons that are used to subdue suspects by releasing a disabling electric charge—potentially

Police Log

Mar. 4 12:13 p.m. —Officers were dispatched to 1 Western Avenue to take a report of a group of skate

Police Log

Feb. 12 1:53 a.m.— Officers were dispatched to a report of an individual sleeping in Dunster House G entry. The

Harvard Nominates 6 Teams for Investigative Reporting Prize; Final Announcement to Come in March

Harvard announced the finalists for its annual Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting yesterday, honoring six teams of newspaper journalists who


Article Sparks Debate on Race

In response to a recent controversial column in The Crimson and signs of racial tension at Dartmouth College, students and

After The ‘Thrill’ Is Gone...

With stories ranging from a Napoleonic War sea saga to a one-of-a-kind encounter with Osama Bin Laden, “Thriller” is an

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Zaidi: A ‘Promise’ Based on Ideals, Change

Ali A. Zaidi ’08 and Edward Y. Lee ’08 say their slogan “Harvard’s promise” reflects their attempt to change the

Abizaid Warns Against Islamic Extremism

If the United States allows Islamic extremism to go unchecked, another world war could break out, said General John Abizaid—the

Study: Low-Carb, CHD Unrelated

A new Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) study­—the first to examine the long-term effects of low carbohydrate diets—has found

At IOP, Protestors Await Top U.S. General in Iraq

Protestors will greet General John Abizaid when the top U.S. commander in the Middle East speaks at the Institute of

Pilot Program Takes Aim at Plagiarism

Instructors in one sociology course will use anti-plagiarism software to catch copycats in their class, as part of a new

UHS Health Fair Attracts Crowd

Students turned out in droves yesterday to the fifth annual health-awareness fair sponsored by University Health Services (UHS) yesterday, packing