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Auto Strikes Pedestrians

Four people were injured in a crash last night when a car struck a stone and ironwork fence in front

CambridgeSide Mall Revitalizes East Cambridge

In the food court at the CambridgeSide Galleria, a woman with a black Prada bag sits sipping a capuccino from

Running in a 'Popular' Election

The Undergraduate Council declared this year that its new campus-wide elections would help to stimulate interest in campus politics. But


In a rare joint effort, members of the Society of Arab Students at Harvard (SAS) and Harvard-Radcliffe Hillel rallied on

Atwood Reads Poetry

Approximately 250 people braved overcast skies to attend a poetry reading featuring writers Margaret Atwood and William Matthews yesterday afternoon

Prof.'s Arm Broken in Stacks

Anyone who has ever used the movable stacks of Pusey Library has probably wondered what would happen if someone actually

Community BRIEFS

Harvard South Asian Students Association Elect New Board Approximately 60 students met Sunday night in Emerson 101 to select the

Ed School Sponsors Two Panels For Alums

As part of the Graduate School of Education's Alumni Day celebration Saturday, the Harvard Education Forum hosted two panel discussions

Herschbach Hosts TV Special on Nobel Prize

As part of an ongoing campaign to promote the public appreciation and understanding of science, Baird Professor of Science Dudley

Clubs, Cruises Highlight Formals

Harvard students will bump, grind and swing at spring formals sponsored by the 12 undergraduate houses over the next few

Woman Says Posing Problematic

When Amanda S. Proctor '97 posed for Playboy's special "Women of the Ivy League" issue last week, she said she

70 Dedicate Tree to Armijo

A tree was dedicated in memory of Dominic J. Armijo '95 yesterday afternoon in the courtyard of the Kirkland House

BGLSA Targets Awareness

The BGLSA launched this year's seven Bisexual, Gay and Lesbian Awareness Days (BGLAD) yesterday with an Awareness Drive on the

Arts Office, Band Move

The Harvard-Radcliffe Band and The Office for the Arts at Harvard and Radcliffe (OFA) moved over spring break to newly

New Treatment Helps Young Schizophrenics

An experimental treatment has offered new hope to children suffering from early-onset schizophrenia, according to Chief of the Child Psychology