Ashley F. Waters


Dance Troupe Draws On African American Traditions

When Expressions stormed the stage at the recent Black Arts Festival, spectators expecting an exclusively black female dance group may


Festival Honors Black Legacy, Talent

The crowd in Paine Hall was transfixed as Masi Osseo-Asare '00 and Teddy Maynard '00 finished singing "His Eye on


Weekend Fest to Promote Black Artistry

Billed by organizers as "one of the most important [events] in Black Harvard's history," a weekend celebrating black artistry--and attempting


Adjusting To Cambridge

With a population of about 30 people, Birney, Mont, is quite different from Cambridge, Mass. The town's public school is


Elections Approach for Student Members of Coop Board

Harvard students are united by a single institution that affects them from the moment they cross the threshold of higher


MIT Student Struck By 2 Cars, Dies

Michelle Micheletti, a 19-year-old sophomore at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), died Friday after being struck by two cars


Effects of Alcohol Policy Unclear

The new clarification of official drinking policy and warnings from College administrators announced last week appear to have had a


Residents Discuss Central Square

An open forum on the sustainable economic development of Central Square drew more than 50 residents and business people from


Dueling Professors Weigh Black Identity

Debate over the ethics of racial pluralism versus the necessity of strong black identity dominated a heated discussion last night

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Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

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Harvard vs. Yale

Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven


Freshman Survey Part III: Inside the Classroom and Out