Margaret W. Ho

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Alison E. Cohen

Over lunch in Mather Dining Hall, Alison E. Cohen ’07 repeatedly greets friends with a warm smile, raising her eyebrows

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7th Slate Enters UC Race-Again

One more ticket will run against the crop of candidates gunning to lead the Undergraduate Council (UC), after a presidential

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Tailgate's On, But Pre-Parties Off

Dean of the College Benedict H. Gross ’71 announced Friday that the Boston City Licensing Board has granted approval for

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Student Groups Expect To Move

The College plans to evict nearly all student groups from offices in Harvard Yard and force them to move to

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Plan Would Evict Student Groups From Yard Offices

The College plans to evict nearly all student groups from offices in Harvard Yard and force them to move to

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At Yale, Tailgates Proceed Largely Unimpeded

Students may not have been funneling beer or guzzling from ice luges en masse, but Harvard and Yale undergraduates and

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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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Gov Docs May Make Way For New Café

A massive collection of international primary sources will likely move from the first-floor of Lamont Library in order to make

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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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Plans for Women's Center Solidify

The women’s center that some students have long been advocating is likely to be established, and the College hopes to

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Greek Life Expert Takes Helm of College's Residential System

Suzy M. Nelson, formerly the associate dean of students for fraternity and sorority affairs at Cornell, will come to Harvard

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New Residential Dean Named

Suzy M. Nelson, currently the associate dean of students for fraternity and sorority affairs at Cornell, has been appointed the

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Putting Fun in the Calendar

For a few weekends this semester, Loker Commons shed its geeky trappings and stepped into something a little more hip.

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art

Boxes
Columns

ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining
Columns

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

Reshuffling the Caseload
College

Unloading the Ad Board