Bari M. Schwartz

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POLICE LOG

July 1: 10:22 a.m.—A Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) officer was dispatched to Bright Hockey Center to take a report

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Women Seek to Carve Out a Niche

The class of 2005 will leave Cambridge with women’s issues catapulted to the forefront of campus and national awareness, following

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Professor Scolded for Harrassment

In December 1979, for the first time in Harvard history, the University officially reprimanded a faculty member for sexual harassment,

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Campus Offers Disaster Victims Aid

From organizing benefit events to founding a group on thefacebook.com, members of the Harvard community are mobilizing to aid victims

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No Room for Romance

When Peter T. Wilson ’99 moved into his freshman dorm, his proctor, who had just graduated, was dating a then-student

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Corker Finishes Up a Month's Work

Don’t let the Manny Ramirez poster on the wall of his University Hall office fool you. Zac A. Corker ’04

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Gross to Students: Cheer Red Sox Safely

After last week’s deadly riots following the Boston Red Sox win over the New York Yankees in the American League

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Recent Grad Takes On Social Post

After emerging from the foam of the Mather Lather and trading his Hahvahdparties.com t-shirt in for a graduation gown, Zac

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'Game' To See Tighter Drinking Rules

Increased enforcement of alcohol restrictions at this year’s Harvard-Yale game will likely make it tougher than ever for students to

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Since 2002, Twice As Many Go Abroad

The number of students studing abroad during the fall semester surged this year for the second time in a row,

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More Women Enroll as Harvard Maintains High Yield

For the first time in Harvard history, more women than men are expected to be part of an incoming first-year

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Strutting their Stuff Pt. II

Lather. Exfoliate. Rinse. Repeat. To compliment such wardrobes, grooming—once the exclusive domain of women donning powders and lipstick—is working its

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Strutting their stuff

For Harvard men at the turn of the 19th century, fashion dictates came from the college administration, not the Milan

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Red Folders in Hand, Pre-Frosh Invade

The 1,100 pre-frosh who flocked to Cambridge for this year’s visiting weekend said they were more impressed by Harvard’s often-lamented

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Class of 2008 Applications Remain High

In the College’s second highest tally ever, 19,712 students applied for a spot in the Class of 2008, despite early

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ISIL is Not the End of the World

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The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

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