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Heather R. Mcleod

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Senior Seeks Lawyer for Final Club Suit

law firms have refused to case of a Harvard senior who complaint with the Committee Against (MCAD) in December one

The Year Of the Woman?

"I F YOU GIVE US A CHANCE, we can perform. After all, Ginger Rogers did everything that Fred Astaire did.

Election Day Wake For Murphy Staffers

BOSTON--Where do you go when it's all over? How about when it's been over for two weeks, and the thank-you's

Panel Discusses Minority College Women's Issues

Minority women students need to empower themselves to overcome racist and sexist discrimination on campus and in society, panelists in

Forum Hopes to Increase Minority MBA Numbers

In an attempt to halt the declining number of Blacks and Hispanics entering high-level management positions, two national business groups

Foundation Committee Elected

About 200 undergraduates turned out Thursday and Friday to elect five "general members" to the Student Advisory Committee to the

Classes Address Minority Issues

In response to complaints that the Harvard curriculum sorely lacks courses on minority issues and culture, the University is offering

Harvard Takes Steps to Offset Bigotry

The list of colleges that have seen racial brawls this year is long. At Columbia University, long considered a bastion

Studly Dudley

Maybe it was the home-cooked food. Maybe it was luck. Or maybe the seniors living in the Dudley Co-op this

Harvard Welcomes Alumni With Cocktails and Cruises

Harvard pulled out the party favors and let the festivities commence, as more than 3000 alumni and their families descended

Financing a College Education: Higher Costs, Less Aid

With college costs rising at more than twice the rate of inflation and with the Reagan Administration's pruning of financial

K-School To Study Mental Health

Researchers at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government will use a $400,000 grant to fund a study of mental health institutions

Clubs Cater to a School of Joiners

Have you ever wondered exactly what the OK society is? Well, don't worry. You're in good company. Although the OK

Psychic Fair in The Square: Crystals, Readings and Runes

The pungent smell of incense is the first hint that this apartment on Brattle St. is not your ordinary home.

El Salvadoran Criticizes Regime in Speech

El Salvador's current regime constantly violates the civil rights of its citizens and does not deserve American financial support, a

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