James N. Woodruff

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Cronkhite Society Presents Awards

The School of Education's Graduate Society last night presented medals to three alumnae: Margaret Atwood, novelist and poet; Rulan Chao

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A Silent Majority?

T HE ONCE pulsating spirit of rebellion in the Square seems to have vanished now, perhaps into the depths of

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Commencement Day 1930: Old Notes and Bad Food

Fifty years ago, on a hot, muggy day in mid-June, about 200 young women filed into Agassiz Hall, their long

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Laxwomen Finish Seventh in Nation

It was the apocalyse of a season this weekend, as the women's lacrosse team placed seventh in the national tournament

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Laxwomen Drop First Game, Finish 3rd in New Englands

After being nudged out by an underdog University of New Hampshire squad, 3-2, Saturday, the women's lacrosse team beat the

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A Major By Any Other Name

Many students enter the Psychology Department with what psychologists would call "incorrect expectancies." While most concentrators expect a more patient

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Black Forum

Black Americans must unite in voicing their concerns to presidential candidates if the problems facing Blacks are to be solved,

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Most Seniors Purchasing Coop's Alternate Gowns

An attorney for Cotrell and Leonard, the traditional supplier of Harvard's graduation gowns, said yesterday the company believes the International

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Intramural Ethics

The four-member Intramurals Ethics Committee (IEC) will meet this weekend to draft an official statement on intramural sportsmanship. The statement

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

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
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Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

Awkward Eye Contact
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