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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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

New Residential Dean Named

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

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.

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