Alexander D. Blankfein

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After Summers’ Focus on Student Social Life, Faust’s Future Support is Unclear

As University president, Lawrence H. Summers became known for funding undergraduate life initiatives that the Faculty of Arts and Sciences,

CCL Votes To Repeal Tax On Student Groups

The Committee on College Life (CCL) voted unanimously yesterday morning to recommend the repeal of a newly-imposed Faculty of Arts

Class of 2006 Dissatisfied with Advising, Social Experience

Despite the College’s recent efforts to improve the undergraduate experience, members of the Class of 2006 said that overall, they

Students To Peek at Barenaked Ladies

“It’s the perfect time of year, somewhere (not so) far away from here,” for the Canadian rock group Barenaked Ladies

Undergraduate Life Cashes in on New College Fund

There is a joke making the rounds in University Hall that the College owes its “fun” budget to a game

Then & Now, Students Want Voice

Student leaders hoping to have a say in the University’s presidential search may have a thing or two to learn

Feeding the Lamonster

Next fall in Lamont, expect to see students sipping espresso and munching on carrot cake as they print off those

Humorist Named Class Speaker

The Senior Class Committee will announce today that Seth MacFarlane, the creator of the hit television show “Family Guy,” will

'Family Guy' Creator To Be Named Class Day Speaker

The Senior Class Committee will announce tomorrow that Seth MacFarlane, the creator of the hit television show “Family Guy,” will

Council Budget Off By $1,700

CORRECTION APPENDED Undergraduate Council (UC) Treasurer Blake M. Kurisu ’07 announced last night that the UC had overestimated its 2005-2006

Council Debates Future Of CLC

Amidst discussion of a controversial bill that threatened to derail the council into what one member called “chaos,” the Undergraduate

Consensus Eludes UC On Funding Changes

The Undergraduate Council (UC) erupted into what one member called “chaos” last night over a controversial piece of legislation that

New Social Programming Board Nabs $200K

The College approved a proposal for a new undergraduate social programming board and will fund the body with $200,000 for

Deans Likely to Fund New Programming Board

College administrators have indicated that they would support a new undergraduate social programming board, but it is not yet clear

Ben Folds Set To Rock At Yardfest

Pop artist Ben Folds, who sings that he “take[s] the checks and face[s] the facts,” will soon be taking a

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In Photos: The Game

Crimson-UC Crossfire Debate

The Back of the UC Ballot

Helicopter over Harvard

In Photos: Bomb Threat Shakes the Yard


A.D. Club ‘Strongly’ Opposes Membership Changes