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Demonstrators Rally for Desert Storm

A crowd of 150 local residents and students rallied in front of Memorial Church on Saturday to support the Persian

Department Works to Gain Recognition

As Harvard embarks on a planned $2 billion fundraising campaign, some parts of the University are anticipating a generous financial

Students, Rabbi Form New Discussion Group

Several undergraduates and a Harvard Hillel rabbi have formed a new student group to focus on how feminist positions and

Daughter of Malcolm X Speaks at Law School

Black Americans must continue to explore their own heritage while breaking down the barriers of misunderstanding with other ethnic groups,

Political Reforms Needed For Gorbachev's Survival

Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev's radical proposal to reduce the influence of the Communist Party holds great promise to transform

Karpov Defeated by One of 43 Chess Opponents

Fresh from his easy win over the world's best computer chess program Friday, Soviet chess expert Anatoly Karpov simultaneously took

Message Worries Chinese Students

Even though the U.S. Senate last week upheld President Bush's veto of a bill allowing Chinese students to prolong their

Mather to Unveil Sculpture

The Mather House courtyard will soon be the home of an 800-pound, 10-foot sculpture of three abstract figures holding musical