Rosalyn E. Jones

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A Peaceful Resolution

D URING THE HOSTAGE CRISIS, Americans described the Middle East as a barbaric area, a place where ignorant subhumans engaged

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Going to the Polls

The Dowling report became table talk this week, as students penned their opinions of the proposed new student government system

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Proposed Dowling Review Questioned

The Student Assembly last night voted in favor of a motion urging that a constitution for the new student government

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A New System of Government

The committee set up to review College governance recommended this week in its report to Dean Fox the creation of

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Fox to Receive Dowling Report Today

The Dowling Committee, assembled at the request of Dean Fox to review student governance at Harvard, will recommend today that

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Students Ask for Debate of Report

Natasha Pearl '82, a member of the Dowling Committee to review student governance at Harvard, and two Student Assembly members

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Student Questions Governance Proposal

A former Student Assembly member presented a letter Thursday to the Dowling Committee, which was formed to review and reorganize

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Freshmen, Adams Suspend CRR Vote

The Freshman Council voted last night to reverse its earlier decision to send members to the Committee on Rights and

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Making a 51st State

Hold those American flags. Get out your needle, Betsy Ross. A 51st state may be in the making. Residents of

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Dunn Resigns

Charles W. Dunn, Master of Quincy House, said yesterday he will resign his post as master at the end of

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art

Boxes
Columns

ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining
Columns

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

Reshuffling the Caseload
College

Unloading the Ad Board