David S. Stolzar

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Holding That Grain of Salt

In 1997, the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) trial showed that a diet high in fruits, vegetables and lowfat

Scour Play

Before there was Napster, there was Scour. was founded as a media website in 1997, when Napster co-founder and

Still Liberal: Gore and Nader Top Presidential Ticket in Cambridge

In an election that marked the city's highest voter participation rate in at least 12 years, Cambridge overwhelmingly supported Vice

Police Log

Sunday, May 7 --A woman reported being hit on the head with a broom by a man after her son

Software to Blame for System Outage

Students and faculty were unable to access the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) UNIX systems for more than an

Students Protest Diallo Verdict

Holding signs and chanting, more than 150 students and community member gathered at the John Harvard statue yesterday to protest

Heir to Qatar Throne Visits Harvard

His Highness Sheikh Jassim Bin Hamad Al-Thani, heir apparent to the throne of Qatar, spent part of his first visit

HBS Denies Report on Classes in Scotland

Contrary to an article last week in The Herald, a Glasgow-based newspaper, European business executives will still have to cross

The Great American College Tour: Term Bill Edition

When students select their pick for Undergraduate Council president in one week, voters will also be able to decide whether

Plank by Plank, Scholars Build Party Platforms

Be sure to pay attention to what your professor says in class. Next week you could be hearing the same

Harvard, Penn, Princeton Alive for NCAA Berths

The Harvard women's soccer team clinched at least a share of the Ivy League title--its third in four years--when it

First-Year Parents to Invade Harvard

More than 1,000 proud parents of the Class of 2003 will visit Cambridge this weekend in an attempt to discover--in

As Bush Nears New England, Students Begin Campaigns

George W. Bush won't arrive in New England until later this week, but students on both sides of the campus

Lowell House Masters Take in Four Kosovar Refugees

When Sokol Zejnullahu fled his native Kosovo in March, he never expected that his journey would ultimately bring him to

Study: College Rankings Do Matter

While administrators at several schools have recently tried to downplay the impact of the U.S. News & World Report's annual