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Freshman Week Changes in Store

In an effort to make Harvard a more welcoming place for greenhorn freshmen, the College will probably make major changes


Dean O'Keefe To Head for Wellesley

Assistant Dean of the College and Secretary of the Administrative Board John T. O’Keefe has revealed his plans to step


Intergalatic Conflict Strikes Home

These days, blowing up monuments in big-budget action movies has lost the visceral thrill it once offered audiences. Luckily, Steven


The Opulent Business of Poverty

When one enters the World Bank’s main building, the first thing that makes an impression is the size of the


Travel Policy May Change

Students who hope to study abroad in Tel Aviv, Manila, or Abuja may get their wishes this fall, when a


Summers Emerges As Student Icon

University President Lawrence H. Summers has signed his autograph on the dollar bill and had his name printed in headlines


Tracking the Digital Trail

In a given day, Harvard undergraduates might check e-mail a dozen times, swipe into doors all over campus, eat a


Tailgate Comes Under Fire From BPD

In a year when improving social life was a key item on the College agenda, the Harvard-Yale tailgate—often considered the


HUDS To Serve Meals Through Move-Out

Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors will no longer have to go hungry if they plan on lingering on campus after finals


Undergrads Allowed To Swipe For Darfur

The College joined Harvard Law School (HLS) and the Kennedy School of Government (KSG) this week in allowing students and


Gross Away After Surgery

Following abdominal surgery last week to remove a buildup of scar tissue, Dean of the College Benedict H. Gross ’71


Springfest Sees Small Turnout

A steady drizzle fell on Saturday afternoon’s Springfest, and organizers of the Undergraduate Council (UC)-sponsored afterparty said they thought the


Commencement Orators Selected

Three women will deliver the student orations at this year’s Commencement exercises for the first time in recent memory. Alicia


HRC Angered By HSF Protest

Following an unconventional protest inside a recruiting panel at the Science Center last Tuesday, members of the Harvard College Democrats


College Weighs Acknowledging Final Clubs

A College committee may recommend the adoption of a two-tiered system for student group registration that would formally acknowledge final

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