Anna D. Wilde

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Basketball and Life

Name: Tamara E. Butler Name everyone knows: Tammy Butler Why they know it: she is the leading scorer and rebounder

The Anointed One

On the evening of Sunday, February 9, 1992, a group of about 40 Black and Jewish students gathered for a

Compromise Plan Is a Farce

When anonymous donors came forward last fall to fund a boost in financial support for women's athletics teams, Harvard patted

Staff Jumps to Conclusions

The staff is right to suspect the administration isn't telling the truth about the Foundation's move out of University Hall.

Again, Searching for a Dean

For the third time in five years, the Kennedy School of Government is looking for a dean. This time, weary

Again, Searching for a Dean

For the third time in five years, the Kennedy School of Government is looking for a dean. This time, weary

Save Single-Sex Programs

The staff is correct in its assertion that Radcliffe is less than ideal. But both their reasoning and their solution

Faculty Council Moves Ahead on Ethnic Studies

The Faculty Council advanced one more step toward the formation of an interdisciplinary coordination committee on ethnic studies yesterday, but

Linguistics Students Meet With Faculty

Undergraduate linguistics concentrators who are protesting an ongoing reexamination of their department yesterday defended the department's status to the Faculty

West Will Add Prestige, Activism to Afro-Am

The decision this week by prominent academic Cornel R. West '74 to leave Princeton and join Harvard's Afro-American Studies Department

West to Join Harvard Afro-Am

Prominent Afro-American studies and religion scholar Cornel R. West '74 yesterday accepted a tenured professorship in the Afro-American Studies Department

Report: Slash Staff of Semitic Museum

A Faculty report released yesterday recommends that the Semitic Museum reduce its commitment to public exhibitions and slash the size

Faculty Mulls Concentration Report

One week after Faculty officials issued a 10-page essay meant to prompt discussion about the undergraduate concentrations, faculty members are

Faculty Examines Teaching of Statistics

An initiative to consider a more interdisciplinary approach to the teaching of statistics across the University is being examined in

Mansfield Calls Gay Love `Stunted And Frustrated'

Thomson Professor of Government Harvey C. Mansfield, Jr. '53 yesterday called the "kinky sexual practices" of homosexuals "shameful" and said

Special Teams

In Photos: The Game

Crimson-UC Crossfire Debate

The Back of the UC Ballot

Helicopter over Harvard

In Photos: Bomb Threat Shakes the Yard


A.D. Club ‘Strongly’ Opposes Membership Changes