To the editors: In its issue of Sept. 16, The Crimson published an unfortunate Comment entitled “ Dean’s Inevitable Fall
ADAM SHAPIRO spoke last night at the Christ Church on Garden St. on his experience sneaking into Arafat's compound and breakfasting with the Palestinian leader.
As part of Primal Scream, students ran nude through the Yard Wednesday night to mark the start of exam period. The Undergraduate Council greeted streakers with cookies and soda.
Students in Cabot House have begun a fundraising campaign for MARIA R. GUERRERO, circulating e-mails for the clerk at the Quad's convenience store who was recently diagnosed with cancer.
Winthrop House Master PAUL D. HANSON reunited with his dog Huck, who had earlier run away during yesterday’s May Day celebration.
Harvard’s Senior Director of Community Relations, Mary H. Power, criticized rezoning plans at a meeting of Riverside residents opposed to Harvard’s plan to build a museum in their neighborhood.
GUY GROSSMAN, a leader of a movement of Israeli officers to refuse to serve in the Occupied Territories, speaks yesterday in Emerson 105.
United Nations Secretary-General KOFI ANNAN speaks about globalization and governance in Africa to an overflow crowd at the Kennedy School of Government's ARCO forum last night.
Anti-globalization protesters demonstrate in front of Cambridge City Hall yesterday afternoon. The protest made its way down Mass. Ave. from Harvard Square to Central Square.
Outside the Science Center, members of the Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian, Transgender and Supporters Alliance depict how queer people are often forced to remain silent as part of the National Day of Silence.
Former Jersey City Mayor and New Jersey gubernatorial candidate BRET SCHUNDLER '81-'82 spoke yesterday at a dinner sponsored by the Harvard Republican Club.
Benjamin G. Edelman ’02 testified for the American Civil Liberties Union Tuesday in a suit concerning the Child Internet Protection Act.