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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

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

CHL Debates Dining Hours

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

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

Hillel Elections

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Former History Professor Dies

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

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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News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

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Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

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