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Theorists Debate God’s Existence at Veritas Forum

Two academics debated the existence of God before an overflowing crowd in Science Center B last night, kicking off this

Senior Class Committee Endorses Video

A group of seniors gained official support for their senior class video Friday when the Senior Class Committee (SCC) voted

Committee Denies Link With Class Video

Three seniors are creating a class video that they are promoting as a product sanctioned by the Senior Class Committee

Seeking Grace, Students Flock to New Church

Two years ago, Russell J. Schlecht felt a sudden urge to move to Boston and start a church. “One day

House Access Extension Clears Hurdle

Next year’s first-years may not have to wait outside in the cold for an upperclass student to swipe them into

Choir Director To Step Down After 10 Years

University Organist and Choirmaster Murray F. Somerville announced Sunday that he is leaving Harvard for Nashville, Tenn.—“music city”—after more than

Boston Marathon Director, Harvard Fan Dies at 91

William T. “Will” Cloney ’33, long-time director of the Boston Marathon and supporter of Harvard athletics died in Duxbury, Mass.

Election Chair Runs the Show

Perhaps the most powerful figure in this year’s Undergraduate Council presidential campaign hasn’t been posting signs or holding rallies outside

Society Suffers Cost Of Lead Poisoning

Lead poisoning costs society up to $45,000 per building for each decade that building codes are not strictly enforced, according

Kegless, Parties Roll On

At Saturday’s long-debated keg-free tailgate, students swigged cans of beer, handles and even Jell-O shots—but, in contrast to the last

Giuliani Rallies for Romney in Boston

Hundreds of W. Mitt Romney’s supporters braved the rain to catch a glimpse of their candidate last night—and the fellow


Adams House Residents Delight in Drag Night

A bawdy drag show took over the Adams House dining hall last night, as House residents decked out in flamboyant

College Partisans Debate Iraq, Ideology

College Democrats and Republicans faced off over military action in Iraq, the environment, education and health care yesterday evening in


Nobel Talk Swirls at Fete For Quincy Master’s Book

More than 100 students, family and colleagues gathered yesterday evening to congratulate Clowes Professor of Science Robert P. Kirshner ’70

Ripped from Harvard Headlines

Harsh words and accusations were exchanged Sunday night between a black professor and a university president in a clash that