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Nieman Fellows Named

The Nieman Foundation named 12 American journalists to its 1993. 94 class of fellows last week. The journalists were selected

Student Visits With Perot

Former presidential candidate Ross Perot's next big venture may include Harvard, in the form of a student-run chapter of United

Currier Portrait Disappearance Called Homophobic by Petition

The mysterious disappearance of a portrait at Currier House sparked controversy last week when more than 75 students signed a

Low Ranking For Univ. R&D Funds

Harvard ranked seventeenth among other colleges and universities in its increases in funding of research and development (R&D), according to

Ethnic Coalition Gains Momentum

A majority of students support the demands made Friday by a coalition of minority groups, according to a Crimson poll

'Liberators' Producers Cancel Distribution

Producers of "Liberators" cancelled distribution of the film Thursday, citing a need to evaluate mounting criticisms of its historical inaccuracies.

Tommy Reveals Reasons for Closing Down Shop

The CLOSED sign that greeted customers of Tommy's Lunch Monday left them with more than just empty stomachs. The faithful

Chinese Dissident To Study At Harvard

Chinese dissident Zhou Duo, who was imprisoned for nearly a year for his role in the 1989 Tiananmen Square protest,

M. Ruggers Advance

It may be cold in upstate New York this time of year, but the Harvard men's rugby club had no