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Police Arrest Suspect In Armed Robbery

Cambridge police arrested a man Monday wanted in a robbery and shooting after spotting him taking out the garbage at

CIA Investigator Predicts More Ames Fallout

Having emerged from the Cold War only to face corruption from within, harsh criticism from Congress and a difficult quest

$300 in Hockey Gear Is Stolen From Lockers

Leaving no signs of forced entry, burglars found their way into the women's hockey team's locker room in Bright Hockey

16-Year-Old Nabbed in Yard

A 16-year old high school student who allegedly jumped a turnstile in the Harvard Square 'T' station was arrested yesterday

City Restaurant Owners Scramble To Halt Impending Smoking Ban

With tighter restrictions on smoking in restaurants looming ahead, Cambridge restaurant and bar owners are struggling to renegotiate a new

Men, Women Tracksters Defeat Eagles

Harvard track coach Frank Haggerty stood somberly before the men's track team at their first meet of the season on

CIA Releases Classified Soviet Policy Analyses

In a startling disclosure yesterday at a Kennedy School of Government conference, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) released documents providing

Martin Speech Tests Hillel-BSA Relationship

Members of both the Black Students Association (BSA) and the Harvard-Radcliffe Hillel are seriously assessing the damage done to their

Martin Speaks At BSA Event

A controversial Wellesley College professor spoke at a Black Students Association (BSA) event yesterday, drawing a letter of protest from

Harvardians Make Time's List of Young Leaders

Time magazine's special report on rising leaders 40 years of age and under hit newsstands Monday, drawing on hundreds of

Oliver Stone Speaks at Law School

Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone offered a bleak and often apocalyptic picture of media and violence in the 20th century in

WHRB Plans Unusual Election Night Show

On past election nights, Harvard radio station WHRB has been able to do little more than relay poll results broadcast

B-School Students Oppose New Calendar

In an informational meeting at Burden Hall last night, Harvard Business School (HBS) students voiced strong opposition to the school's

Radcliffe Pushes Female Tenures

Last June, Radcliffe President Linda S. Wilson mailed letters to 28,000 of her closest friends. After two months, only 569

Profs. Debate Literary Issues

The Center for Literary and Cultural Studies (CLCS) is celebrating its tenth anniversary with a two day symposium on literature