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Seniors Say Soiree Soggy, Sparse

In a flurry of angry e-mails, disgruntled seniors voiced their discontent this week over the sold-out annual Senior Soiree, held


Students Should Not Be Pressured To Spy

To the editors: I believe I am not alone in my disgust at The Crimson’s editorial of February 12 (

Former Fellow Denies Knowing Source of Funds

Accused of receiving nearly $40,000 from Taiwan to fund his Harvard studies in exchange for negotiating Taiwanese interests into a

Former Fellow Accused In Bribery Scandal

A former Japanese vice minister of defense denied yesterday that he was in the pay of Taiwan while studying at

Saudi Man Stabbed in Boston

A Saudi Arabian man was stabbed in downtown Boston in the early hours of Sunday morning, in what Boston Police

Census Shows Greater Diversity in Mass.

The population of Cambridge has grown by 5.8 percent in the past deacade, according to recently released population statistics from

Protesting Ad, Brown Students Seize Papers

A coalition of Brown University student protesters removed all copies of the Brown Daily Herald from campus distribution points last

Homeless Shelther Holds Reopening

It's all in the bathrooms. At the Harvard Square Homeless Shelter beneath the University Lutheran church on Winthrop Street, they're

Top Lawyer Ryan Quits Counsel Post for HBS

In a surprise career move he described as merely a "bureaucratic shuffle," Allan A. Ryan, Jr. announced last week his

Some Students Plan to Stay in Houses Over Break

While most of Harvard returns home for the holidays, a few intrepid souls will hold the fort and spend the

Panelists Call for More Funds to Fight AIDS

On the eve of World AIDS Day, panelists ARCO Forum.detailed the complexity of the AIDS epidemic in Africa. The directors

Copley Protesters Decry U.S. Influences

A group of about 40 Boston area residents and college students gathered in Copley Square last evening to protest U.S.

Turkish Politician Speaks at IOP

Turkish politician Merve Kavakci spoke last night at the Kennedy School of Government's Starr auditorium about being expelled from the

Transgender Activist Stages Poetry Reading

Transgender activist Kate Bornstein delivered a poetry reading that focused on a personal struggle for sexual identity at the Graduate

Harvard NAACP Elects Officers

About 20 members of the Harvard chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) gathered Wednesday