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Identities, Tangents and Trig

Ala Michael "Trig" Tarazi '89 is a person of contrasts: madcap humor and solemnity, nationalism and iconoclasm. For Tarazi, seeming

Buying the Best Buildings

One Harvard Cooperative Society building is not like all the others. The customers do not go to Harvard or the

A Watershed Year in Cambridge Politics

Cambridge politics will never be the same again. For the first time in at least 20 years, three incumbent City

Tent City Remembered a Year Later

A year ago Sunday at 7 a.m., MIT police evicted about 25 homeless squatters and activists from tents on a

Recycle the Clubs

H ARVARD has one thing to be grateful for--a residential system in which personal preference and random choice are all

Graham Keeps Running Despite Loss

State Rep. Saundra Graham (D-Cambridge) stood on the State House steps yesterday and refused to limp or quack like the

Sticker Campaign Seen As Long Shot

Cambridge political lore is rich with stories about former Speaker of the House Thomas P. "Tip" O'Neill, and one of

Dawn Rite Marks Battle's Anniversary

"That's where it all started, right where you live. You know why they call your school the Harrington school? It's

Bill Linking Day Care to Development Given Chance of Passage in Legislature

A bill that would require Bay State developers to provide day care for workers in new buildings died in committee