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Liz C. Goodwin

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Through the Centuries, The Other '08s

1708 • In 1708, John Leverett becomes Harvard’s seventh president and the first non-clergyman to assume the post. • The

Breaking Out

The following op - ed will appear in a print edition of The Crimson the week of June 2. For

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Failure to Thrive

I decided as a hopeful pre-frosh that college would be all about assimilation, even if it killed me. After years

No Booze Gives Elis Tailgate Blues

Yalies may be inverting their traditional game day slogan to “Princeton sucks, Harvard doesn’t matter” following a tepid reception in

Even Before the Game, Yale Loses

As they prepare to enter Crimson territory later this month, Yalies are red in the face over Harvard’s move to

Crosses, Not Swords, For These Knights

It’s a new day for Harvard’s Knights. The long-dormant Harvard Knights of Columbus will hold their first induction ceremony in

College To Sponsor Pre-Game

Students dreading a sober Harvard Yale tailgate will now have a few more chances to soak up booze at College-sponsored

Students Seek To Improve Tailgate

A newly formed student-advisory commission consisting of House Committee (HoCo) chairs and other student leaders will meet this week to

Lose the Booze at Tailgate, Says Dean

CORRECTION APPENDED The Harvard-Yale Tailgate—historically a boozefest—this year might look more like a Boston Tea Party. Students will not be

Lose the Booze at Harvard-Yale Game, College Says

The Harvard-Yale Tailgate—historically a boozefest—this year might look more like a Boston Tea Party. Students will not be allowed to

Moving Vans Head To U-Hall

While there are no plans to hire a new deputy dean to replace his former second-in-command, Dean of the College

Rosenthal Reported 'Witch Hunts'

Seventeen year-old Jacocb “Jack” Rosenthal ’56 waited outside in the cold with a photographer, hoping for a glimpse of the

Marine to Direct Women's Center

Susan Marine, who currently leads Harvard’s anti-sexual assault program, will be the first director of the College Women’s Center when

Harvard on Speed

—Ryan and the other students quoted in this article have asked that their names be changed. In some instances, the

College Turnover Troubles Profs

In his three years at the helm, Dean of the College Benedict H. Gross ’71 has overseen a dramatic reorganization