Jeslyn A. Miller

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Increasingly Popular, Sororities To Expand

More than 80 women turned out to eat bagels and hear about the rush procedures of Kappa Alpha Theta and

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Spring Student Productions Selected

A Shakespearean history set in Mexico and a musical about the political and emotional aspects of international chess competition have

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FDO’s Senior Proctor To Depart

Matthew J. DeGreeff ’89, the man who holds the distinction of being the longest-serving first-year proctor, announced last week that

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Hillel Charters Plane, Sends Students to Pro-Israel Rally

Roughly 100 Harvard students joined over 100,000 individuals from around the nation and the world yesterday at the Israel Solidarity

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Brown Switches to Need Blind Aid

Like all other Ivy League schools, Brown University will soon consider all of its applicants for college admission without looking

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Temporary E-mail Shut-Down Planned

This Friday evening, Harvard students will not be able to substitute e-mail for a social life—there won’t be any e-mail

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Reich Gains Cambridge Support

As Democrats across Massachusetts —including a contingent of Harvard students—turned out Saturday to pick delegates to their party’s late-May state

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Brown Pledges Need-Blind Admissions

Newly-installed Brown University President Ruth J. Simmons presented on Monday a plan to eliminate financial need as a criterion in

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Panelists Discuss Validity Of Evolutionary Theory

Senior Fellow at the Discovery Institute Jonathan Wells and Harvard Professor of Biology Stephen Palumbi debated the merits of evolutionary

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Upstart Adams Leads in Intramural Standings

Adams House is poised to beat out seven-time Straus Cup winner Cabot House to capture the House intramural (IM) championship,

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Hundreds Spend Holiday at Harvard

Hunter A. Maats ’04 spent Thanksgiving break in his Mather House room sleeping, eating, watching movies and cleaning 30 dollars

BASIC TRAINING
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ROTC Group Raises Its Voice

The presence of the Harvard Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC)—banished from campus since 1969—has increased suddenly and significantly since the

HELPING THE HOMELESS
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Square Homeless Center Opens

The University Lutheran Homeless Shelter (UniLu) filled all 24 of its beds last night, its opening night for this winter.

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For Class of 2006, an E-Mail, Not an Envelope

Following the lead of Dartmouth and Yale, Harvard will offer online admissions notification to Class of 2006 hopefuls. The faster

MORAL QUESTION
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Panel Heatedly Debates Merits of Death Penalty

A panel on the death penalty played to a full house last night in the ARCO Forum at the Kennedy

GSD picture
Visual Arts

Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

django unchained scene
Visual Arts

Script Doctors

Harvard vs. Yale
Yale

Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven

Books
Academics

Freshman Survey Part III: Inside the Classroom and Out