Rebecca K. Kramnick

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LaRosa Garners Cambridge Council Seat

Without a single person entering a polling booth, the City of Cambridge elected a new city councilor this week and

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What to do if you Miss The 7:30 A.M. Newport Bus

So, it's your first weekend in Cambridge and your first big excuse to procrastinate. And, even if those orgo books

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Disneyland Booth Comes to the Square

They won't sell you cotton candy or popcorn, but if you want guide books or maps of Cambridge, you can

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Why Now? Why Divestment?

Divestment became the hot political issue at campuses all over the country this spring. Several hundred students at Columbia blocked

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Divestment Groups Plan More Public Activism

S EVEN YEARS AGO, 3500 students filled Harvard Yard, carrying torches, pickets and bullhorns, dreading that Harvard divest of its

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From Woman as World Reformer...

F IFTEEN YEARS AGO Robin Morgan observed the beginnings of a feminist movement in America. In Sisterhood is Powerful she

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Black Alumni, Students Gather

Ninety two year old Warmoth I. Gibbs '17 last night told a group of Black undergraduates clustered around him that

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Housing Lottery To Face Review

Harvard students this week will register their views in an ongoing debate which could change the way freshmen are assigned

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Student Reps Demand Break From Final Clubs

Undergraduate Council members last night urged student representatives to the Committee on College Life (CCI) to vote to sever the

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FDO, Council Will Try Out New Freshman Advising Plan

An Undergraduate Council plan to provide freshmen with upperclass advisors will get a trial run next semester, officials of the

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Council Elects Student Reps To Four Faculty Committees

In its first regular Sunday night meeting of the year, the Undergraduate Council last night elected seven students to the

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Putting Women Into the Equation

W hen Ms. magazine featured a Harvard professor on its cover last December, it sold more copies than a month

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Putting women in the equation

W hen Ms. magazine featured a Harvard professor on its cover last December, it sold more copies than a month

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Blaming the Victims

T HE SINGLE most frequently committed crime in the United States takes place behind closed doors. Every year an estimated

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Returning to the Schools

Christopher A. Bogden is a PhD candidate at Harvard's Graduate School of Education. Like most students at the school--where the

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