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El-Gaili Fuses His Multiple Identities

Ahmed el-Gaili '98 has a certain experienced, fluid smoothness when presenting himself, from his perfectly articulated speech to his perfectly

Public TV Investigates Harvard Gamers' Motives

Monday evening marked the last meeting of the year for the Harvard-Radcliffe Science-Fiction and Fantasy Association (HRSFA). As usual, talk

Graduate Council Demands Better Advising

Graduate students need better advising and safer transportation to off-campus graduate residences, representatives from the Graduate Student Council (GSC) told

Robinson Will Give Address At Graduation

The University announced yesterday that Mary Robinson, United Nations high commissioner for human rights and former president of the Republic

GSAS Student Assaulted Walking on Kirkland Street

A graduate student was the victim of an indecent assault last Thursday morning, according to a community advisory issued by

Bagaric Discusses Bosnian Problems

The Southeastern Europe Society (EuroClub) hosted a lecture and round table discussion yesterday on "Bosnia-Herzegovina--Time of War and Peace" with

Visiting Nuns Rally Support for Free Tibet

Seven Tibetan nuns from the Keydong Thuk-che-cho-ling Nunnery in Nepal visited Harvard on Friday for a combination of cultural and

Students Celebrate Hindu Festival

Passersby of the Malkin Athletic Center Quadrangle were treated to a riotous sight yesterday afternoon of some 20 members from


Ruth R. Wisse, who teaches "Literature and Arts A-48: The Modern Jewish Experience in Literature," once laughed when someone suggested

Pre-Vets, Pre-Meds Coexist

In the shadow of the great numbers of pre-medical students--who are aided by vast institutional networks--the few but proud pre-veterinary

Authors say Bank Slights Own History

An official, independent tome on the first 50 years of the World Bank, a crucial player in international economic development,

`Beloved' Author Shares `Paradise'

Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison read the first chapter of her new novel, Paradise, to a packed audience which included about

City Council Guarantees More Affordable Housing

The Cambridge City Council voted by a 7 to 2 margin to pass an "incentive zoning and inclusionary housing provision"

Cornel West Opens Democracy Teach-Ins

Professor of Afro-American Studies Cornel West made an impassioned speech about the necessity of the younger generation maintaining the ideals