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Cops See Few College Buyers

A fear of low quality drugs and lack of knowledge of the city prevent Harvard students from buying drugs in

City Dealers Turn Away From Square, Pit

Despite increasing efforts by Cambridge police, drug activity remains a problem in city housing projects, according to police officers and

Proposed Porno Law Targets Distributors

Political leaders and civil liberties supporters are divided over a proposed Massachusetts bill which would allow rape and assault victims

East Cambridge Sees New Growth

Intense work by city and business leaders has revitalized East Cambridge, a neighborhood that has long strived for economic strength.

City Schools Face $3.6M Shortfall

The Cambridge School Department faces a $3.6 million deficit for the 1993 fiscal year--approximately a million dollars less than original

Restauranteurs Join Forces

At a buffet yesterday in City Hall, Cambridge Mayor Kenneth E. Reeves '72 recognized the efforts of the International Restaurants

Cambridge Schools Fail to Achieve Racial Balance

The flags of 73 nations are displayed in the main hallway of Cambridge's King Elementary School--a sign of the pride

City, State Officials Present Educational Reform Plans

Massachusetts education and business leaders joined Cambridge officials in providing a public forum Saturday to discuss three separate state education

Campus Beauty Contest Calls Harvard a Winner

Harvard is one of the 35 most beautiful college campuses in the United States, according to the recently-published The Campus

Women Must Shape Policy, Wilson Says

Women need to become more involved in shaping policy on important social issues, Radcliffe college President Linda S. Wilson said

House, Senate Bills Address Financial Aid

Both the House of Representatives and the Senate are considering bills which would change the Higher Education Act and alter

Author Explains White Supremacy

Dorothy Blake Fardan, an author and sociologist, spoke on the history of white supremacy and its modern-day expressions at a

Jewett: Houses Are Overcrowded

In an interview this week, Dean of the College L. Fred Jewett '57 said that overcrowded conditions in the houses

Price is Right for DeWolfe Cable

DeWolfe St. is wired up and ready for cable television. And despite the costs--both financial and academic--students say they are