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An Endorsement Vote
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An Endorsement Vote

Two Democrats, U.S. Rep. Stephen F. Lynch of the Eighth Congressional District (left) and U.S. Rep. Edward J. Markey of the Fifth Congressional District (right), will face off in a primary set to occur on April 30. The candidates are vying to represent their party in a June 25 special election for the state's vacated U.S. Senate seat.

An Endorsement Vote
Politics

Look for the Dems' Endorsement Tonight

The Harvard Dems will weigh in tonight on both the politics of the Commonwealth and a politically charged issue on Harvard's campus.

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Race

Class of 1958 Was 'Ablest in the History of Harvard,' Report Says

Every week, The Crimson publishes a selection of articles that were printed in our pages in years past.

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A Spirited Shuttle

Looks like students aren't the only ones getting excited about this weekend's football game. This shuttle parked outside Lowell has ...

Yale

Reminder: Pick Up Your Harvard Yale Tickets!

You may not have heard, but Harvard is hosting a football game this weekend. If you're a student and haven't picked up your ticket for The Game, today is the last day you can do so. Bring your ID to the Murr Center Ticket Office before 5 p.m. to claim your ticket. No, you can't send a friend with your ID to pick your ticket up. Yes, this means you have to walk across the river.

Student Life

Five Reasons to Participate in 'No Shave November'

It’s November, and you know what that means: the abandonment of basic hygiene to raise awareness for turkey inequality (or ...

College

Marriage Talk, Horseless Carriages, and the Sackler in Mourning

Every week, The Crimson publishes a selection of articles that were printed in our pages in years past.

Harvard in the World

Gawker Strikes at Harvard Again and Again

Going to a reputable university like Harvard has its downsides: having to drop the H-Bomb, saying you go to school in Boston, and dealing with so called "Harvard Problems." We've all heard people say "I have too many amazing classes to choose from" or "I have to climb too many stairs to get to my room because of the high ceilings." As a reprieve, Flyby brings you a list of some "humbling" posts from Gawker and Jezebel.

College

Flyby Looks Back at Concentrations

Politics

Brown and Warren Face Off With Campaign Ads

Whether or not you watch a lot of TV, you've most likely seen the ads for the Scott Brown-Elizabeth Warren Senate race that appear before practically every YouTube video. If you tune out whenever one of these ads pops up, here's Flyby's recap of the best lines from these ads, presented in debate format for your reading pleasure.

On Campus

Free Shampoo and Conditioner in Weld and Quincy

After a stressful day filled with midterm exams, there’s nothing worse than deciding to take a shower and realizing that ...

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