Margaret Isa


Women's Magazines: A Relaxing Escape

Alcohol is expensive, Sex is dangerous. Drugs are illegal. But women's magazines are simple escapism, for only $2.50 a pop.


Harvard Club Strike Remains in Place

After six months, the Harvard Club of New York remains locked in a fierce labor battle with unionized employees. While


Civil Rights Leaders Discuss Movement

A star-studded panel shared personal interpretations of the civil rights movement of the 1960s at a program honoring the life


Unity In Difference

L ast Wednesday, I approached my editor at The Boston Globe and asked for the rest of the week off


FLY Club Could Turn Co-Ed; Final Vote Expected in Fall

When the undergraduate members of the fly Club voted 28-0 with one abstention last September to admit women, it looked


Women's Groups Proliferate

The limited status of women on the campus social and political scenes has been challenged by the formation of several


On Memorial Drive, Shopping May Stop for Good

A recent decision by the Metropolitan District Commission (MDC) to uphold its long-standing ban of trucks on Memorial Drive could


Gilbert's Researcher Suspended

The University has required a post-doctoral student in biology accused of research fraud in the laboratories of the Nobel Prize


Garden Spends Day Without Water

A main Cambridge water line ruptured into 29 Garden Street over the weekend, leaking into the Harvard police station and


Lynx, Bee, Theta Share Members

The presidents of the Bee and the Lynx clubs are among the founders of the local Kappa Alpha Theta chapter,


Lynx Club Hosts North End Party

BOSTON--The "Lynx," a new all-female social club, held a "private party" in the basement of Lucia's Restaurant in the North


Theta Officers Distance Group From 'Lynx' Club

Officers of the local chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta are denying that their organization is related to the "Lynx," a


New Women's Group Begun

A group calling itself the "Lynx" invited a number of Harvard women to a tea in downtown Boston last week,


Notebook of a Secret Santa

Happy holidays, Ben Abbott. I'm afraid I haven't been a very good Eliot House Secret Santa to you. Stifled by


Council Votes to Lock Cigarette Dispensers

In an attempt to prevent minors from buying cigarettes, the Cambridge City Council voted seven to one Monday night to

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Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

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Script Doctors

Harvard vs. Yale

Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven


Freshman Survey Part III: Inside the Classroom and Out