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Techrosette Leng

It has taken Techrosette Leng ’07 a while to grow into her unusual name. During a sixth grade spelling bee,

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Home Improvement

My wallet is frayed, and I’m not alone; I find that this is a common affliction among Harvard students. It’s

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THE NEWS IN BRIEF

Students and administrators asked Harvard University Dining Services (HUDS) to price-out several plans to extend or reform dining hall hours

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At Yale, A Place To Stay For Frosh

Harvard freshmen without friends at Yale won’t have to sleep on a park bench during this year’s Harvard-Yale weekend. While

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New Yale Rules Cut Back on Tailgate Time

New restrictions at the Harvard-Yale Game in New Haven this year will require tailgates to end by the beginning of

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Yale Tailgates To End Before Third Quarter

New restrictions at the Harvard-Yale Game in New Haven this year will require tailgates to end by the beginning of

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Longer Dinner Hours Prove Elusive

Every year, a Harvard undergraduate pays about $4,430 for board, which translates into a system where students can take unlimited

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Summers Grants Millions for Social Space

The Office of University President Lawrence H. Summers will provide millions of dollars to fund a slate of social space

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Summers Grants Millions To Fund Student Space Construction

The Office of University President Lawrence H. Summers will provide millions of dollars to fund a slate of social space

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More Katrina Students To Enroll

The College announced yesterday that is has accepted 36 visiting students for the semester from schools shut down by Hurricane

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HBS To Welcome Students, Faculty Affected By Katrina

Harvard Business School (HBS) announced last week that it would offer limited levels of assistance to second-year MBA students, doctoral

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Rooms Reopened for New Students

Parts of Apley Court and Claverly Hall deemed too noisy for College students due to neighboring construction will be offered

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New Assistant Dean Appointed

John “Jay” Ellison, previously the Allston Burr Senior Tutor of Lowell House, was appointed as the College’s new assistant dean

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Harvard's Helping Hand

As the extent of Hurricane Katrina’s human and economic toll became increasingly apparent last week, University administrators acted to address

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Harvard To Take in Students Affected by Hurricane

Following the lead of several Boston-area schools, Harvard announced today that a limited number of students enrolled at universities and

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