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University Gives Out Nalgenes, Information

Harvard conducted its second annual survey of drinking habits in Hemenway Gym on Friday, passing out free Nalgenes, highlighters, Post-Its,

Symposium Tackles Malaria

Harvard scientists called for more attention to controlling malaria at a high-profile symposium yesterday that signalled a push to use

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Bipolar Scientist Shares Story

As a senior in high school, Kay Redfield Jamison spent her days contemplating killing herself. At age 28, after years

New Party Grants Fund Alcohol Alternatives; Misuse of Money a Concern

Several Harvard parties this weekend featured more than the standard kegs, thanks in part to the debut of Drug and

Report Calls For Curbs To Drinking

As goes Harvard, so goes the nation—at least if the US Surgeon General has his way. A report issued this

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Oil CEO Predicts Energy Use Rise

The chief of the world’s largest oil company predicted an increasing dependence on fossil fuels despite the emergence of alternative

UC Reps’ New Role: ‘Party Investigators’

A few Undergraduate Council (UC) representatives spent their nights hitting up the Harvard party scene on official Council business this

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Anene Urges Diversity on Council

While passing out orange fliers in front of the Science Center last week, Undergraduate Council vice presidential candidate Kyle A.

Profs Peer Into Crystal Balls

Human kidneys growing in pigs? Doctors’ prescriptions for psychedelic drugs? Anything goes in 2056, according to Harvard professors and alums

Game Tickets Sold on eBay

Harvard tickets for The Game have been sold out since Wednesday, leaving Crimson fans scrounging around for spare tickets from

Ex-German FM Visits

Former German Foreign Minister Joschka M. Fischer offered his views on the future of the United States’ and Europe’s transatlantic

Race Affects Health Care

Racial disparities in health care exist even in high-quality health care plans, says a study by researchers at Harvard and

HMS Starts HIV Database

Fenway Community Health, a health clinic affiliated with Harvard Medical School, is one of seven sites now participating in a

Students Do Good For Yom Kippur

Jewish students at Harvard who are experiencing hunger during today’s Yom Kippur fast can know that they are doing their