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Students Bolster Relief Efforts

To increase awareness of the human tragedies taking place in Bosnia and Somalia and to raise funds for humanitarian relief

AIDS Institute Honors Ashe

The Harvard AIDS Institute presented its first annual AIDS Leadership Award to former tennis star Arthur Ashe yesterday at the

'Girls' Nights Out' Are Growing in Popularity

The parties have much in common with typical Harvard social gatherings--crowded dorm rooms, flowing kegs and blasting dance music. But

First-Years Form UC Caucus

Undergraduate Council members from the Class of '96 have formed a "Freshman Caucus" within the council to improve representation of

Crimson Shop to Shut Down

The Crimson Shop, a fixture in Harvard Square since 1945, will close its doors permanently on December 31, when its

Student Hit by Bottle at Dance

A first-year student was struck by a bottle thrown into a crowd at a Head of the Charles dance Friday

Entrepreneur Begins New Discount Program

Hoping to reap profits from highspending college students, a young local entrepreneur has launched a national student discount program. For

Police, Students Discuss Racism

Thirteen Police officers and more than 30 high school students met last night at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School in

Environment Major Slowed

Chair of the University Committee on Environment Michael B. McElroy said last night he hopes to have a program for