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Rebecca M. Wand

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At Harvard, Eating Disorders Common

When Rachel arrived at Harvard as a first-year student, she was determined to avoid the dreaded "freshman 15." She ate

Advising Lacks Structure In Houses

When Clare K. Golden '95 moved into Mather House two years ago, she suddenly found herself without the academic and

Ma Jaya Speaks at Divinity School

People must touch, hug and love those with AIDS for whom no one else will care, spiritual leader and AIDS

Harvard Updates Identification Cards to Improve Security

Harvard has updated its identification cards to include magnetic strips, a move which officials hope will improve security and streamline

ID Cards Updated

Harvard has updated its identification cards to include magnetic strips, a move which officials hope will improve security and streamline

Harvard Updates Identification Cards to Improve Security

Harvard has updated its identification cards to include magnetic strips, a move which officials hope will improve security and streamline

Learning to Serve the Community

A s a swarm of professors leave the University to join the Clinton administration and serve the nation, many undergraduates

Finding Public Policy

Under the leadership of President Linda S. Wilson, Radcliffe college is encouraging women to shape public policy on important societal

Are Women Still 2nd Class Citizens at Harvard?

A t an Undergraduate Council meeting this spring. Vice Chair David L. Hanselman '94 awarded Marc D. McKay '94 a

Phi Betas, Alumni Gather

American culture suffers from too much plastic, television and advertising, Pulitzer-prize author Norman Mailer '43 told several hundred of his

BGLSA Leaders' Goal Is Visibility

One of the first actions the new leaders of the Bisexual, Gay and Lesbian Students Association say they will take

Afro-Am Studies Grows Under New Leadership

In 1989 the Afro-American Studies department had one tenured faculty member. Student protesters insisted that the promise of the concentration

Investigation Clears Katz Of Grant Bias

A College-commissioned probe investigating a complaint by the Society of Arab Students that a Harvard Foundation student officer mishandled its

Facing Down Stereotypes

Arab and Arab-American students on campus constitute a small but increasingly vocal community. In recent years, the Society of Arab

Two Houses, Two Ways of Life

Step into the Kirkland House dining hall and you may get a glimpse of the house's social spirit--but don't be

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