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Summer school student REBEKAH A. COTE studies outside in Harvard Yard yesterday. Many summer school classes held midterm examinations this past week.

Dukakis Praises Public Service, Covers Varied Topics in Discussion

Former Massachusetts governor and presidential candidate Michael S. Dukakis emphasized the importance of public service to an overflowing crowd of

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Large posters announcing the fall arrival of the dessert restaurant Finale fill the windows of the former location of Ma Soba behind the Holyoke Center. Still awaiting permits, Finale will open by September or October.

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Former Massachustts governor Michael S. Dukakis spoke to Harvard Summer School (SSP) students on Monday evening.

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From left to right, SSP proctors BENJAMIN T. SIRACUSA ‘03, ALEXANDRA N. YURKOVIC ‘04 and GITA A. RAO ‘03 clean up a barbeque yesterday in front of Straus Hall, the site of vandalism on Monday.

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Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences WILLIAM C. KIRBY is using the summer to plan a review of the College academic curriculum. He has yet to name a new Dean of Undergraduate Education.

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A Ford Bronco burst into flames in the Malkin Athletic Center Quad Monday moments after its occupants jumped out. No one was injured in the blaze, which shot flames 20 feet into the air.

Boston Wants You

Summers, Menino Announce First Grants

Harvard formally announced its first investments in the Boston After School for All Partnership on Wednesday, committing $400,000 in grants

Harvard To Give Aid to Afterschool Programs

In a significant move to increase its investment in Boston neighborhoods, the University sent out letters last month to afterschool

Tossing the Rock

Clinton Addresses Harvard

Former U.S. President Bill Clinton called for greater awareness of the possibilities and dangers of the interdependence of the modern

Williamson Embraces 'Alternative' Politics

Sporting a scruffy, graying beard and a short ponytail, Cambridge City Council candidate James M. Williamson does not have the

Neighborhood Activist Vies For Council Seat

One of the most politically active residents in Cambridge, City Council candidate John Pitkin is out to protect the city’s

Public Relations Official to Depart

Harvard’s director of community relations for Cambridge is leaving his post to join a local philanthropic organization—the second high-ranking University

Harvard Frustrated by Riverside Project Progress

Harvard officials are openly frustrated with the results of five months of community meetings that they hoped would result in

Gore Praises Rescue Effort, Public Servants

Before an overflowing crowd at the Kennedy School of Government, former Vice President Al Gore ’69 discussed the Sept. 11

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