Brett R. Huff

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Congress to Repeal Immigration Law

In a move that would allow Harvard to host a major international AIDS conference in 1992, Congress last night was

Amid Artsy Posters And Persian Rugs, First-Years Play And Parents Pay

Every year a stream of unfamiliar faces and square brown boxes flows into Harvard Yard. But like most traditions here,

Bringing Back the Beatles and Adolescence

Walking into Foxboro Stadium last week, the music of "Got to Get You Into my Life" sounded, felt and looked


Bullwhips. The Holy Grail. The Ark of the Covenant. These are the big screen images of the adventurous world in

Fraternity Seeks Expansion

In an effort to draw more pledges and to dispel its perceived stereotype as exclusive, Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity members

Harvard Wins Math Meet Again

Further bolstering the prestige of the Math Department, a team of three Harvard undergraduates has won the Putnam Mathematical Competition

IOP Introduces New Fellows

Optimism was the watchword as the spring fellows at the John F. Kennedy School of Government's Institute of Politics (IOP)

Lawsuits Spur Inquiry on Bias Within Police Force

Although senior city officials this week defended their policies toward hiring and promotion of minorities in the Cambridge Police Department,