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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

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

Harvard Men

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

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

Action Man Endorses Clinton

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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

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

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.

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.

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

Eldo Kim
Crime

News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

OKWELOGU
Track and Cross Country

Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

Protest
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