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Cantabrigians Oppose T-TV

Street musicians and Cambridge residents within the last month have forced opposition to the upcoming installation of television monitors at

Cinco de Mayo Festivities Feature Dance, Song

With screnading mariachis, colorful dancing and authentic Mexican food, a group of 200 Harvard students and community residents celebrated Cinco

W. Tennis Crunches Cornell

In its last game of the season, the Harvard women's tennis team finally exhibited the potential it failed to tap

Softball 2-2 Against Princeton, UMass

The Harvard softball team pulled a Dr. Jekyll-Mr. Hyde this weekend as it lost big to Princeton 13-0, 7-2 at

Students Will Pressure Clinton on Bosnia

Outraged by presentations at a recent human rights conference, a Dunster House senior is forming a campus organization to pressure

Graduates Return to Harvard for One-Day Event

The Yard was still the Yard for nearly 250 alumni who attended classes and ate dining hall food with undergraduates


As eight-year-old Blake Day stepped to the plate yesterday in the Cambridge Common not only did he face tough pitching

Official Talks of India Conflicts

Recent violence between Hindus and Muslims in India is a result of the buse of religion for political aims, an

Hilles Evacuated After Gas Enters Ventilation

Hilles Library was evacuated yesterday morning after gasoline fumes entered the building's heating and ventilation systems. Library staff and students

Visitor Improves Food

Students waiting with bated breath for savory baked tofu, teriyaki beef tips or the ever-popular white pizza were disappointed last

Protesters Demand Turkish Civil Rights

More than 150 demonstrators last night protested Turkey's human rights policy outside a heavily guarded Arco Forum. Turkish President Turgut

Radioactive Spill Prompts Concern

A radioactive spill two weeks ago in a Medical School building has raised concerns about Harvard's compliance with safety procedures

Public Health Site Opposed

A Mission Hill publication raised strong objections last week to a proposed construction site for a new health and human

Harvard Model UN Hosts 2,300

Twenty-three hundred high school students from around the world came to Harvard this weekend to debate and "resolve" problems across

A Capella Singing Spreads to Garden St.

A group of residents from 29 Garden St. are planning to form an a capella group to serenade fellow exiled