Elissa L. Gootman


A Slave to His Passions

T al Ben-Shachar '96 is a self-described slave to his passions. His internal masters are many, ranging from the athletic


"Alysse MacIntyre" Shocked, Amused Law Record Readers

Three years ago, the number one use for the Harvard Law Record was "lining bird cages," says Elizabeth A. Moreno,


Bomb Threat at Holyoke Center Is False Alarm, Police Report Says

A bomb threat yesterday afternoon forced the evacuation of Holyoke Center for about one hour. A University Health Services secretary


Student Wins Gay Rights Scholarship

A scholarship designed to reward the promotion and acceptance of gays and lesbians in the Boston area has named Harvard


Cyclists Can Use Common Bike Paths

Quad residents who bike to class through Cambridge Common will not be subject to fines, despite a city council ordinance


Woods Hole Lab To Escape Budget Ax

Reports in yesterday's Boston Herald that the Clinton Administration surprised lawmakers with a proposal to cut nearly $1 million from


Phi Beta Kappa Society Elects 24 New Members

Twenty-four members of the Class of 1994 were elected last week to the Phi Beta Kappa society. Leverett House and


Goldsmith Prizes Awarded

Investigative reporters who uncovered information about U.S. policy toward Iraq and who reported charges of sexual misconduct by a former


Domestic Partners Get Married Suite in Quincy

A lesbian "domestic partnership" couple will occupy a married tutor suite in the College for the first time next year.


Spring's Here--But Cold Won't Go

As of 9:41 this morning, it is officially spring. But you wouldn't know it from a walk outside, or from


Facebooks May Consolidate

Those nostalgic for the days of "scoping" through the Freshman Register may be in luck, if plans for a campus-wide


Chocoholics Gather at Charles

Four hundred fifty chocoholics braved the winds, cold and two feet of snowfall yesterday to devour local chocolate specialties at


Minority Groups Issue Demands on Diversity

A Junior Parents Weekend discussion yesterday on "celebrating diversity" turned into a forum for a coalition of minority groups to



A South Korean diplomat and a representative of Harvard's Yenching Institute both said at a Lamont Forum speech yesterday they


Skating Benefits Homeless

Hundreds of ice skating fans filled Bright Hockey Center yesterday, but not for the Eliot House Evening of Champions. Members

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art


ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

Reshuffling the Caseload

Unloading the Ad Board