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Alex B. Livingston

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Harvard: 1974 to 1978

1974September 1974--Mark Roosevelt '78 enrolls at Harvard College. 1975 1976  October 1976--D.U.Club becomes the first Harvard finals club to admit females.

Reich Calls For More Training

U.S. Secretary of Labor Robert B. Reich said America needs to reeducate its work force, as he called for vocational

CUT ABOVE THE REST

SOME STUDENTS SHOP AROUND FOR THE CHEAPEST PLACE TO KEEP THEIR HAIR IN TOP FORM. OTHERS LOOK FOR THE BEST

Harvard Still Short Of Diversity Goals

As the University winds up a plan launched in 1988 to promote diversity in its faculty and staff, officials express

Will A $20 Million Renovation Project Fix All The Problems?

Sally J. Walker is like a lot of people who live in the river-front graduate housing complexes called Peabody Terrace.

Non-Member Voted in U.C. Chair Election

A student who is not a member of the Undergraduate Council voted as part of the Leverett House delegation in

Car Hits Student at Crosswalk

A first year student suffered a concussion and a case of minor amnesia after she was struck by a car

Penn Offer Lures Pre-Meds

Harvard pre-Meds say that new merit-based scholarships have significantly increased their chances of choosing to attend the University of Pennsylvania

Council Will Sponsor Chucklehead Concert

The Undergraduate Council unanimously passed a resolution last night to host a concert by Chucklehead this spring. The concert, which

Theater Advisor May Lose Position

Harvard's popular advisor for undergraduate theater may be forced to step down if a faculty committee redefines his position later

Private School Chastised for Hiring Policy

Eight universities, including Harvard, chastised a leading private school in Atlanta, Ga. for its discriminatory faculty hiring policy last month.

Why Am I Sitting Here?

When the coin is tossed at the start of today's Game, Harvard's Phillip Carret will be at mid-field facing the

Bush Official's Remark May Hurt Peace Talks

A remark by a senior Bush administration official following a speech at Harvard last week may have complicated the peace

Greenhouse: Paying Patrons Only, Please

The Science Center Greenhouse cafe, long a social center and study hall for Harvard students, has decided to turn away

City Plans New Senior Center

Cambridge will build a new four story senior center which will offer a dazzling array of services to the city's

STANTING TALL
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