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AIDS vs. Animal Rights

(10/31/06 11:00am)

The elusive cure for AIDS is one of the most important humanitarian quests of the 21st century. Over 40 million people in the world live with AIDS; almost 3 million die from it each year. No sensible person denies the pandemic scope of this disease. You can imagine my surprise, then, when I found out that neither the scope nor the immediacy of this problem stops some activists from ranking it below, say, the well-being of 100 monkeys.

Daily Debriefing

(10/31/06 11:00am)

Modine Manufacturing Company, a producer of thermal management systems for industrial and vehicular applications, recently announced the appointment of Charles Cooley Tu'83 to its Board of Directors. Cooley, who received his B.A. from Yale University, is currently Chief Financial Offier of the Lubrizol Corporation, a chemical company. He is also employed by the American oil manufacturer Atlantic Richfield Company and was a former assistant secretary with the Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company.

Minow discusses religious discrim.

(10/31/06 11:00am)

Martha Minow delved into the rights of different religious groups during a speech Monday that described the ways in which religious groups have faced discrimination and have discriminated against others. The Jeremiah Smith Jr. Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, Minow said that despite the divisions in society regarding religious organizations' autonomy, the controversy is not irreconcilable.

Pumpkin shortage hits Upper Valley

(10/31/06 11:00am)

"I made a visit to both Co-ops in the Hanover area, and the only pumpkin I could find was a pathetic, fungus-covered gourd that in its best attempt resembled a half-deflated orange soccer ball," he said. "It was a disheartening situation at best, as my original intention was to stop at nothing short of carving an impression of the unholy Dark Lord himself atop the back of an angry, fire-breathing dragon, and instead I'll have to resort to smashing my ugly pumpkin on someone's doorstep on Tuesday."

Second plagiarism case found at Harvard's daily

(10/31/06 11:00am)

The Harvard Crimson reported its second case of plagiarism in two weeks, according to its online edition Monday. While both the column and cartoons in question were initially intended to be removed from The Crimson's website, as stipulated in a printed editorial note, Crimson President William Marra '07 later acknowledged that the pieces will be kept online with an editorial statement attached.