Jason T. Benowitz

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Mayoral Election Spurs Controversy

A general feeling of apathy pervaded the Nov. 4 vote which returned all nine incumbents to the city council. Five

Langdell Ban Goes Unenforced

Sings posted outside Langdell Law Library yesterday announced that the library will be closed to undergraduates until May 24. "We're

Radcliffe Rugby Ends Challenging Year in Triumph

For Radcliffe Rugby, the path to the team's first national championship last weekend was long, arduous, and for at least

Hillel Draws Student, Local Crowds for Holiday Meals

Hillel's serving and students are flocking to the tastes of brisket, matzah and tsimis--a mix of sweet potatoes, carrots and

Council Approves More Funding for After-School Activities

The City Council appropriated about $6,300 to fund after-school activities in the city's youth centers at Monday night's meeting, but

Bringing Computer Work Home

Clackety-clack, clackety-clack, all day long. In dorm rooms, in house labs, in science center kiosks--a high percentage of students own

Boston Cleans Up 'Combat Zone'

BOSTON--On a night in late November 1976, a few days after a disappointing loss in The Game, about 16 football

Bobo, Thernstroms Debate Affirmative Action

Does arguing for affirmative action necessitate a "gloom and doom" perception of American race relations, or is it just the

Spending An Exotic Summer with the State Department

Three months of stocking shelves with brassierres in a peach-scented retail store was enough for Danice L. Woodley '00, who

Council Postpones Mayoral Election

The Cambridge City Council postponed its mayoral election at the request of Councillor Michael A. Sullivan who was away on

Despite Lack of Divisive Issues, 16,000 Cantabrigians Cast Ballots

Despite an afternoon drizzle, about 16,000 Cambridge residents trekked to polling stations yesterday and cast their votes for the next

Haunted Times Return to Salem

SALEM, Mass.--A tradition of great Halloween spectacles is returning to this city, a small community still remembered for the infamous

Chinese Food Truck Satiates Famished Students

Some Cantabrigians are surprised to see Chinese food sold out of a truck on Oxford Street. But Jack X. Yang,

Harvard's Own Seek Solutions to Parking Woes

Each and every morning, Steven K. Haley, a kitchen employee, and his mother, Maureen, an ID checker, commute from Belmont,

Harvest Restaurant, Brattle Street Fixture, Closes Doors

After nearly 25 years of serving the Cambridge community, the Harvest Restaurant shut its doors for good on Wednesday. The