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Melissa Lee

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Tutor Discusses Ethnic Studies

After an eight-month campaign by campus minority organizations to formalize ethnic studies in the curriculum, the head tutor of special

Fine Reconsiders: Will Run After All

Reneging on his announcement earlier this week that he would not actively seek re-election, Randall A. Fine '96, Undergraduate Council

Fine Won't Seek Council Spot

Citing press reports that make him out to be "a monster," the Undergraduate Council's Acting Vice Chair Randall A. Fine

Fly Club Votes to Admit Women

In a decision which may signal the end of Harvard final clubs' single-sex tradition, undergraduate members of the Fly Club

Women Launch Club Boycott

Hoping to mobilize a campus-wide boycott of the final clubs, an advertisement in today's Crimson tells women that "it is

Departure of Dean Marks Shuffle of Race Bureaucracy

The departure of one of the three leading race relations policy officials at the College may signal a dramatic alteration

White Applicant Says Black Admit Favored

Mark Stonecypher is a white male and was salutatorian of John Carroll High School in Birmingham, Ala. His classmate Eugenia

Departure of Dean Marks Shuffle of Race Bureaucracy

The departure of one of the three leading race relations policy officials at the College may signal a dramatic alteration

White Applicant Says Black Admit Favored

Mark Stonecypher is a white male and was salutatorian of John Carroll High School in Birmingham, Ala. His classmate Eugenia

Departure of Dean Marks Shuffle of Race Bureaucracy

The departure of one of the three leading race relations policy officials at the College may signal a dramatic alteration

White Applicant Says Black Admit Favored

Mark Stonecypher is a white male and was salutatorian of John Carroll High School in Birmingham, Ala. His classmate Eugenia

After Intense Minority Recruitment, Record Number of Black Students in Class of 1997

For the Harvard admissions office, admitting and matriculating a new class involves recruiting the most diverse and talented students in

1,606 First Years to Register Today

On the eve of a battery of placement tests and first-year events, 1,606 members of the Class of 1997 will

RECRUITING WARS

Joy D. Jones would have been a member of the Class of 1997 next fall, but she turned down Harvard's

OFF TO WAR

Just before William D. Shambroom left for Notre Dame midshipmen's training school in May of 1943, he donated all of

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