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Twentysomething Charlatans

W ho says twentysomethings have no political voice? Now baby busters have a gaggle of youth-oriented, political group to choose

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Council Chair Election Race In Dead Heat

Undergraduate Council members Michael P. Beys '94, Vice Chair Steven N. Kalkanis '93, and Rico Reyes '93--all of whom have

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Harvard Men

E ver since 1636, America's best and brightest young men have been packed off to Harvard Yard, dragging trunks full

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New Hall Raises Questions About Minority Centers

Harvard-Radcliffe Hillel's plan to construct an $8 million new building has reopened the old question of whether minority student centers

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Action Man Endorses Clinton

Does the nation want some action? Then they should vote for Bill Clinton, according to "The Action Man," the notorious

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Lawyer to Probe Review

The Harvard Law Review's board of trustees yesterday chose a prominent Boston lawyer to investigate recent charges of racism, sexism

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College Will Talk to 29G About Lottery

College administrators yesterday said they are willing to discuss demands from residents of 29 Garden St. for special priority in

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Hillel Raises $7M for Hall

Harvard-Radcliffe Hillel has clinched almost $7 million in pledges for its new Rosovsky Hall, but construction may be delayed until

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BSA Head Calls For Fresh Start

The president of the Black Students Association last night called for a "fresh start" to the year, pushing a platform

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Veteran Dean Tapped to Heal Racial Tensions

Dean of Students Archie C. Epps III leans back in his arm chair, tweaks his trademark bow tie, and sighs.

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Lowest Number of Black First-Years Since Class of 1972

The number of Black students enrolling in the Class of 1996 is the lowest of any first-year class since Harvard's

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Billy Crystal Onlookers Assist Fallen Student

Student gathered outside the Lampoon Castle to see Billy Crystal were stunned yesterday when Theodore M. Klupinski '95 fell from

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Veteran Dean Tapped to Heal Racial Tensions

Dean of Students Archie C. Epps III leans back in his arm chair, tweaks his trademark bow tie, and sighs.

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Epps Takes On Race Relations With New Vision

Dean of Students Archie C. Epps III leans back in his arm chair, tweaks his trademark bow tie, and sighs.

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The Changing Face of Joe Harvard

In 1933, Harvard College admitted 82 of every 100 applicants. The Class of 1937 was overwhelmingly white, male, wealthy and

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Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

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Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven

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Freshman Survey Part III: Inside the Classroom and Out