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Hui Wang ’08

Hui Wang ’08, an avid hiker, biochemical sciences concentrator, and resident of Eliot House, died in a car crash in

Evelyn Lilly & J.T. Scarry

Evelyn Lilly ’07 and J.T. Scarry ’07 owe a heartfelt thank you to the Harvard Freshman Dean’s Office. The pair,

Matthew Downer & Amber Wesley

For Matthew P. Downer ’07 and Amber J. Wesley ’06 from North Central University, it was a White House romance.

Petersen Critiques Univ. in Meeting

CORRECTION APPENDED Undergraduate Council (UC) President Ryan A. Petersen ’08 accused the University of hindering a range of reforms to

Petersen, Sundquist to Lead Council

Ryan A. Petersen ’08 and Matthew L. Sundquist ’09 were elected president and vice president of the Undergraduate Council (UC)

Petersen , Sundquist to Lead Council

Ryan A. Petersen ’08 and running mate Matthew L. Sundquist ’09 were elected president and vice president of the Undergraduate Council

Hadfield, Petersen Lead In UC Race

As voting for the Undergraduate Council president begins today, candidates Tom D. Hadfield ’08 and Ryan A. Petersen ’08 are

Dems Endorse Petersen

The Harvard College Democrats endorsed Undergraduate Council presidential candidate Ryan A. Petersen ’08 last night after hosting an open debate,

Race for New UC Chief Begins

Undergraduate Council presidential hopefuls kicked off their campaigns yesterday with an assortment of banners, anarchist slogans, and displays of technological

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‘Go Forth From Your Country’

For centuries, Muslims have flocked to Mecca, Jews have traveled to the Western Wall, and Christian pilgrims have followed the

Next State Rep? This One Wears Braces

Eighteen-year-old Democrat Alexander J. Gallichon—an Extension School student working toward a degree in 2010—is hoping to become the youngest state

Skillful Bach Soc Wins Crowd

Despite the on-stage heat that orchestra members described as brutal, the Bach Society Orchestra (Bach Soc) gave an energetic performance

At Funeral, Roses for Wang

Over 100 students and members of the Harvard community entered Memorial Church to the strains of organ music to commemorate

Cut the Cherry Tomatoes? Job Training, OCS-Style

They might be just months away from a diploma, but most Harvard College seniors would fail finishing school. And their

After Tragedy, Students Rally for Wang Family

Friends of Hui Wang ’08, the Eliot biochemical sciences concentrator killed in a car crash in New York’s Catskill Mountains