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JUST KEEP DIGGING
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JUST KEEP DIGGING

Students in Anthropology 1130 dig up Harvard Yard yesterday afternoon just east of Matthews freshman dormitory, an excavation that takes place every other year.

JUST KEEP DIGGING
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Anthropology 1130: Excavating Harvard Yard

GORE SPEAKSIN HARVARD SQUARE
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GORE SPEAKSIN HARVARD SQUARE

Former Vice President Al Gore Jr. '69 returned to Harvard Square just a year after the "Green is the New Crimson" campaign to addresses the solutions proposed to the global climate change crisis in his new book "Our Choice: A Plan to Solve the Global Climate Crisis."

THE LAB AT HARVARD
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THE LAB AT HARVARD

The opening of The Laboratory at Harvard presented works of art and new student ideas at the borders of arts and sciences.

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Today In Photos (November 6, 2009)

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Roy Horowitz My First Sony
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Roy Horowitz My First Sony

Roy Horowitz performs a piece of his monodrama and an acclaimed Israeli novel , ''My First Sony', during an event in Boylston Hall co-sponsored with Harvard Hillel and the Consulate General of Israel to New England.

Foner's Third Massey Lecture
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Foner's Third Massey Lecture

Eric Foner, professor of History at Columbia University, gives the third lecture in his series of Massey Lectures on emancipation and its consequences yesterday in Sever Hall.

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Little Interest On Election Day

In stark contrast to last year’s election, on-campus political clubs were generally inactive throughout Election Day yesterday, as the Harvard ...

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The Observation Deck of William James Hall
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Harvard's Scariest Spots

A Finals Club Basement
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A Finals Club Basement

Whether you're a freshman girl partying or a sophomore punching, you may find that a finals club basement can bring you both fear and pleasure.

The Observation Deck of William James Hall
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The Observation Deck of William James Hall

If you suffer from acrophobia, the fear of heights, then the observation deck on the 15th floor of William James Hall might not be for you. For the rest of you, it's a great place to get a 360 degree view of the Yard, the Houses, and Boston.

The Harvard Museum of Natural History
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The Harvard Museum of Natural History

If you have the ability to access the Harvard Museum of Natural History at night, I wouldn't recommend exercising it. The sounds of creaking heating pipes and girders are all too perfect accompaniments to the macabre display.

The Garden Street Shuttle Stop
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The Garden Street Shuttle Stop

In a morbid move by the shuttle system, the Garden Street stop was chosen to be right between the Old Burying Ground and the shadowy Cambridge Commons and is very far from anywhere anybody is going.

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