Jeslyn A. Miller


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


Spring Student Productions Selected

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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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,


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


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


Square Homeless Center Opens

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


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


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

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Visual Arts

Art House

Youth Homelessness in the Square
Harvard Square

For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

Johnston Gate Arts Cover

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance