Jessica C. Chiu

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CHL Unanimous on Blocking Revision

The Committee on House Life (CHL) unanimously approved a proposal to change the current blocking system yesterday. The House Neighborhood

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Pfoho Fights To Preserve Hilles

In anticipation of next year’s renovations to Hilles Library, the Pforzheimer House Committee (Pfoho HoCo) is petitioning against potential changes

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CHL Debates Dining Hours

Undergraduate Council (UC) members proposed extending dining hall hours for dinner and presented a report showing strong student support for

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IOP Elects New Officers For 2005

The Institute of Politics (IOP) elected its new leaders Friday, boasting the largest voter turnout in their election history. David

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Hillel Elections

Harvard Hillel elected its second consecutive female president and a new Steering Committee in open elections last Thursday. The new

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Last Two Senior Class Officers Chosen

The Senior Class Committee appointed Erica K. Jalli ’05 and Shane Dinneen ’05 as class secretary and class treasurer last

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Last Two Senior Class Officers Chosen

The Senior Class Committee appointed Erica K. Jalli ’05 and Shane Dinneen ’05 as class secretary and class treasurer last

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CASV Says Ad Board Policy Is Improved

Members of the Coalition Against Sexual Violence (CASV), which two years ago pushed the College to change its requirement of

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New Stationery Store Opens in Square

The stationery store Papyrus moved into JFK Street on Friday, marking the opening of the company’s seventh store in the

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MPAA To Prosecute File Sharing

The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) plans to begin taking legal action against people who pirate movies online, its

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Students Rally in Copley, Claim Bush ‘Stole’ Election

In the wake of the presidential election, Harvard students joined more than 100 other political protesters yesterday in Copley Square

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Former History Professor Dies

Former Harvard professor Dennis N. Skiotis, the director of undergraduate studies in the history department for more than 10 years,

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Students Fast for Ramadan

With this past Friday marking the start of the month-long holiday of Ramadan, observant Muslim students at Harvard have begun

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Art House

Youth Homelessness in the Square
Harvard Square

For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

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Arts

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance