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Politician to Cut Ties With Pi Eta

In the wake of media reports and complaints from women's groups, State Treasurer Joseph D. Malone '78 has decided to

Border Knifing Suspect Sought

Cambridge police said yesterday that they obtained an arrest warrant for an individual accused of stabbing a local man on

The Pi Eta:

Parties on the first weekend after spring break are notoriously wild, and the Pi Eta Speakers Club's Saturday night bash

A New President Meets the Press, At 21,000 Feet

This article was first published on Monday, March 25 in a special Crimson extra. SOMEWHERE OVER NEW ENGLAND--As he sat

A New President Meets the Press, At 21,000 Feet

SOMEWHERE OVER NEW ENGLAND--As he sat in the eighth row of the 4:30 Pan Am shuttle yesterday afternoon, smiling and

Harvard Officials Deny Bombing of Center

Amid rising fears that Iraq might respond to the U.S.-led war effort with a wave of terrorism, Harvard officials yesterday

Police Arrest 65 Activists For Blocking Highways

BOSTON--As American forces in the Persian Gulf made their final preparations for war, police arrested about 65 anti-war protesters yesterday

Social Club Wants Trial Moved

BOSTON--Lawyers for a Harvard social club which is facing a lawsuit from a New Jersey woman over an alleged rape

Protesters Demanding Afro-Am Hiring March to The Stadium, Demonstrate at Football Game

About 70 demonstrators protesting the lack of faculty in the University's Afro-American Studies Department marched this afternoon from the Yard