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University Guard Faces Rape Charge

A 22-year-old Harvard security guard faces charges of raping a co-worker at the Fogg Art Museum 11 days ago. Robert

'I Love This Course'

Various wise people told me I shouldn't come in and try to do this."-Joseph F. Fletcher Jr. '57 But he

Parcel lb Set for Spring Construction

They stopped plans for a Kennedy Memorial in Harvard Square and they blocked a project that would have resembled twin

Harvard Meets Court Deadline To Answer Rape Case Charges

Harvard yesterday met a court-ordered deadline for answering pre-trial questions in the case of a former tenant who claims she

Mass. Historical Commission Accepts Pact on Buildings

The Massachusetts Historical Commission agreed yesterday to postpone resolution of a two-year-old controversy over dozens of Harvard-owned buildings in return

'81 Graduate Dies While Hitting Trail In Pacific Park

A memorial Mass will be said October 22 at 7:30 p.m. in St. Clements Church, West Somerville, for Michael F.

Harvard: Enlightened Or Despotic Giant?

"I attempt to speak to tenants and listen to their concerns." Kenneth W. Erickson '69, an attorney for Harvard's real

A 'Stumbling,' 'Mumbling,' 'Kangaroo Court': The Cambridge Rent Control Board

David Sullivan and William Walsh don't agree on much of anything concerning Cambridge city politics. In fact, the two men

Sullivan Asks Fire Investigation

Concerned about the threat of arson from landlords of rent-controlled apartments seeking to escape Cambridge's tough housing codes, City Councilor

Craigie Arms Dispute May Be Near Settlement

A dispute at the Harvard-owned Craigie Arms apartment building, which began last fall when tenants charged the University with violations

Gauging the Referendum's Outcome: City Managers Predict 'Yes' Vote

In the privacy of voting booths, where Cambridge voters will today be alone with their wallets, pocketbooks, and civic on

City Council to Meet With Overseers

Mayor Alfred E. Vellucci and other city officials will meet with President Bok, his vice presidents, and members of the

Council OK's Condo Exemption

On the strength of Mayor Alfred E. Vellucci's support, the Cambridge City Council last night gave preliminary approval to two

Healy Gives Council 'Bleak' Budget Plan

Cambridge City Manager Robert W. Healy last night presented the City Council with a "bleak" preliminary summary of the effects

Central Square Bomb Blast Hits Turkish Consul Store

An Armenian nationalist organization claimed responsibility last night for what Cambridge police said appeared to be the bombing of the