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Robin J. Stamm

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Sailing Off Into the Unknown

M arc O. Laitin '96-97 will not be here for graduation. The sailing team member departed yesterday for the U.S.

Struggling to Adapt to Harvard Can Be a Scary Experience

There is a perfect gap in my memory when it comes to my first year at Harvard. Only two moments

Gregoire to Challenge Master On Winthrop Decoration Policy

Undergraduate Council Vice President Brandon C. Gregoire '95 said yesterday he will file a complaint against Winthrop House Master Paul

Why the Fly Club Changed Its Mind On Women

Last year, a handful of seniors who were members of the Fly Club decided it was time to admit women

Mediation Service Still In Organizational Stage

Eight months after Dean of Students Archie C. Epps III established the Harvard Mediation Service, the group is still in

Fly Club Will Not Admit Women

The undergraduate members of the Fly club voted Sunday night not to punch women this fall, reversing last year's preliminary

Survey Says Harvard #1, Again

Harvard is the number one college nationwide for the fifth year in a row, according to the annual U.S. News

Fly Club to Hold Vote On First Co-Ed Punch

The undergraduate members of the fly Club will decide in the next few weeks whether to uphold their vote last

Group Finishes Review of College Administration

A soon-to-be-issued report reviewing the entire administrative structure of Harvard College recommends randomization in house assignments and offers scenarios for

Students Say Interracial Love Accepted At the College

Edward M. Gubbins '94 says he belongs in an advertisement for interracial dating. At Harvard, he jokes, he has dated

EPPS' MEDIATION ROLE IS TO

In recasting the race relations bureaucracy over the past year, Dean of Students Archie C. Epps III simply stepped back.

Brush With Racism Turns Student Into Activist

Robert L. Hall '69 was planning on being a Romance Languages and Literature concentrator until he visited the department office.

Edelman to Speak At HMS Class Day

Marian Wright Edelman, the founder and president of the Children's Defense Fund, will be the Class Day speaker for the

Brush With Racism Turns Student Into Activist

Robert L. Hall '69 was planning on being a Romance Languages and Literature concentrator until he visited the department office.

Epps Bids to Ease Cop-Student Tension

A video of simulated interactions between Harvard police and students will be part of a three-part plan to improve relations

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Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads