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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

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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

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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

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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

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ID Cards Updated

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

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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

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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

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Finding Public Policy

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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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Facing Down Stereotypes

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

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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

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