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A Day in the Life of Thesis Hell

"E ver seen a Nike ad? Just do it," a friend of mine's dad told him the other day. Obviously

Clinton Joins Galas

WASHINGTON--"Work hard, play hard" might have been Bill Clinton's motto last night, as he blew off presidential steam by partying

Throngs Cheer New President; 250,000 Flock to Washington

WASHINGTON--Clinton friends and fans turned out in droves on the Mall yesterday, waving flags, sporting inaugural pins and t-shirts and

The News Of the Weird

Nixon for President, Again? WASHINGTON--For Nixon-haters, it was the moment they'd been dreading for 18 years. For fans of the

Stair-Crossed Lovers

L ITTLE DID I KNOW when I was assigned to the fourth floor of Eliot House that my love life

Smoothing Relations

Last Monday, the city and its five universities and colleges released their report on town-gown relations. The groundbreaking document calls

Task Force Urges Closer Ties Between City, Schools

A town-gown task force created to bring the municipal government together with Cambridge's five universities and colleges issued its final

Dinner at Mather: Eight Dollar Bargain?

If a friend visiting from out of town were to ask you where to grab a quick bite in the

Twelve Hopefuls, Six Spots: Open Season for School Committee Seats

A s municipal elections go, school committee races tend to take a second seat to higher profile City Hall races--fewer