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Yin Y. Nawaday

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Coaches, Students Speak of Inequities For Women's Teams

Women's Lacrosse Coach Carole Kleinfelder keeps a manila folder marked `Title IX' on her desk. It's stuffed full with clippings

Whose Responsibility Is It? The Debate Over Definitions

Although the University's search for a workable definition of rape has narrowed, debate continues over the implications of the recommendations

Council Appoints Kalkanis To Fill Vice Chair Position

Two days after the resignation of Maya G. Prabhu '94 as vice chair, the Undergraduate Council yesterday elected Steven N.

Six Faculty Members Join Race Relations Committee

Six faculty members have agreed to serve on the College's new committee on race relations, Dean of the Faculty Jeremy

College to Adopt Date Rape Policy

Administrators are closing in on the final stages of drafting a new sexual assault policy that may mean significant procedural

Textbook Prices Climbing Rapidly

Doing the required reading will hurt more than ever this year. Textbook prices at Harvard and across the country have

College to Adopt Date Rape Policy

Administrators are closing in on the final stages of drafting a new sexual assault policy that may mean significant procedural

Textbook Prices Climbing Rapidly

Doing the required reading will hurt more than ever this year. Textbook prices at Harvard and across the country have

College to Adopt Date Rape Policy

Administrators are closing in on the final stages of drafting a new sexual assault policy that may mean significant procedural

Textbook Prices Climbing Rapidly

Doing the required reading will hurt more than ever this year. Textbook prices at Harvard and across the country have

Business

Few would have predicted a year ago that Mayor Kenneth E. Reeves '72 would become the leader of a new

Resident Tutors

Designing the house system early this century, then-President Abbot Lawrence Lowell, Class of 1877, envisioned a community of scholars--elite professors

Let's Go Will Send Writers to Thailand

Let's Go travel guides decided Monday to send researchers to Thailand after the state Department approved travel to the strife-torn

Alums Who Never Left the Arms of Mother Harvard

While many of the members of the class of '92 can't wait to embark on life outside the University, four

Alleged Lowell Flasher May Not Face Charges

Criminal charges may not be filed against the Lowell House sophomore accused of exposing himself to two female students in

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