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Susan S. Shin

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Student Fights Cancer, and Wins

Before he left Ada, Ohio for Harvard last fall, Daniel J. Hruschka '96 says his dad showed him a pamphlet

Senior Year, DeMay's Way

The second semester of senior year is looking up for Douglas M. DeMay '94. There are no more concentration requirements,

Students Complain About Test Blackout

A blackout at Tufts University delayed the start of the MCATs last Saturday, requiring pre-meds to wait nearly two hours

Not Crunchy, But Furry

It's been called the "hippie house" and "Adams by the sea," but the posters around campus advertising Dunster House to

Mather Resident Wins Rhodes

Mather resident Adalsteinn I. Brown '93 has been awarded a Canadian Rhodes Scholarship. Brown, a native of London, Ontario, said

Race and the Curriculum

Multicultural awareness should be better incorporated into American education, two panelists said during a discussion entitled "Race, Power and Resistance

Library Computerization Is Now `Full Steam Ahead,' to End in 1997

A computerization project that will bring the University library system's entire catalog of 12.2 million volumes into the HOLLIS network

Wellstone Talks at K-School

President-elect Bill Clinton should use his mandate to reform the nation's health care system to create a "single-payer" insurance program

Rose Elected to Fill Prabhu's Council Seat

Nearly three weeks after Undergraduate Council (UC) Vice Chair Maya G. Prabhu '94 resigned following a scandal, Dunster House has

Dunster to Elect Rep

Four candidates will compete next week in Dunster House's second set of Undergraduate Council elections this year, vying to fill

Network to Connect Students

A computer network could connect the Yard dorms and houses to each other and with a number of services by

HSA Begins Room Cleaning Service

Students who can't stand dirty clothes and newspapers strewn about their room will now have a way to clean their

Class of 1993 Selects Eight Marshals

Maitri Chowdhury and Mukesh Prasad have been elected first class marshals for the Class of 1993 as the top vote-getters

Money Solicited for Somalia

Calling out "Help the hunger in Somalia," members of the Harvard African Students Association tabled in front of Widener Library

Hagelin Runs for President

John S. Hagelin, a Harvard-trained nuclear physicist from Iowa with no government experience, had never considered politics until five months

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Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads