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Tasty May Reopen In Former Locale

The Cambridge City Council suggested at a meeting Monday that the Tasty move back into its previous location when Cambridge

Government Luminaries Speak on Tocqueville

The relevance today of Alexis de Tocqueville's thoughts on democracy and American political life 170 years ago was dicussed by

Panelists Discuss U.N.'s Role in Post-Cold War Era

In celebration of the United Nations' (U.N.) birth 52 years ago on Friday, panelists discussed the organization's role in the

Din and Tonics Sing For 14,000 at Fleet

As the Din and Tonics walked onto the basketball court Wednesday, a solemn silence descended upon the Boston Fleet Center.

Shell's 100th Celebrated on the Steps of Widener

Protesting damage to the environment and alleged human-rights abuses, a group of activist Harvard students celebrated Shell Oil's "100 years

Skocpol Gives Speech at First Parish

Professor of Government and of Sociology Theda R. Skocpol said last night that it is time for the Democratic Party

Halberstam Reminisces About Friend, Fellow Writer, Lukas

In the wake of the suicide of the author and journalist J. Anthony Lukas '54, David Halberstam '55--the prize-winning journalist--last

Banker Teaches Tricks of the Trade

Jim M. Frates '89, vice president of BancAmerica Robertson Stephens, shared his insider knowledge of the investment-banking trade and of

Foundation Sponsors Dominican Event

Harvard students and faculty mingled with educators and dignitaries from the Dominican Republican yesterday at a reception at Winthrop House

A New World of On-Line Careers

Despite choosing not to participate in the Office of Career Services' (OCS) on-campus recruitment program, Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc.