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Minorities Within Minorities

Tatiana H. Chaterji ’08 was startled by the role she was cast to play in the between-acts skit of this

New Fellows Bring Global Outlook

An official in Iraq’s transitional government and a former Peruvian ambassador will be adding an international flavor to the Institute

UC Issues Report on Hilles Space

The Undergraduate Council (UC) voted unanimously last night to adopt a report making specific recommendations about the formulation of student

Student Groups Look to Improve Minority Participation

Leaders of various student groups convened last night to discuss minority participation in campus politics and to pledge continued cooperation

“Street Knowledge”

Cornel West’s first album, “Sketches of My Culture,” got the professor in trouble with Larry Summers. “Street Knowledge” is his

Same As He Ever Was

Earlier this semester, Henry Louis “Skip” Gates came into the Locke Seminar Room of the Barker Center to do a

‘Super Parties’ To Get Double Funding

The Undergraduate Council (UC) voted last night to provide double funding to parties thrown in the best-known party spaces in

straus cup victors

For Currier, A Dry Spell and then Victory

Currier House residents exercised their house spirit on Monday night as they cheered in celebration of their hard- fought victory

Orgasm Talk Draws Crowd

Certain topics seem to strike a chord with Harvard students—human rights, politics, and female orgasms. Last night, over 200 students

Assault Prompts Rally Against Hate

Prompted by the assault of Galo Garcia III ’05 last Friday, a group of about 200 students gathered on the

Students Discuss Ethnic Groups

Students from across the spectrum of color and ethnicity came together Wednesday night to discuss campus ethnic organizations in a

Summit Focuses on AIDS

Over 200 students filled a Science Center lecture hall Saturday to listen to AIDS activist Jonathan Perry give his personal

At Last, a Presence

Early in his freshman year, Derrick N. Ashong ’97-’98 was warmly welcomed to Harvard Yard—by a coterie of cops. When

recent history of the BMF

1994: The Black Men’s Forum has its charter renewed by Derrick N. Ashong ’97-’98 and fellow classmates after a long

Laws Wins ABHW Presidential Election, Promises To Increase Cooperation With Other Women's Groups

Nicole M. Laws ’06 and Tania R. Clerisme ’07 were elected yesterday to lead the Association of Black Harvard Women

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In Search of Lost Time

Larry, In His Element
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Professor Summers

Data Sculpture
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Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization

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