Daniel S. Cohan


CLUH Seeks Greater Computer Freedom

Harvard should permit students to send obscene, annoying and anonymous electronic messages and should offer unlisted e-mail accounts, the Civil


Columnist Speaks On Black Latinos

Black Latinos must learn to appreciate both sides of their cultural identity, Cleveland Plain Dealer columnist Roberto Santiago told an


History Dept. to Start Int'l Relations Track

As part of an overhaul of its undergraduate curriculum, the Department of History next year will introduce an international relations


Harvard Team Wins College Bowl

Fatigue was the Harvard College Bowl team's toughest opponent as it swept through the 38-team field at the Academic Competition


Let Members Choose

The editorial espouses two contradictory views, both false. The attacks on Liston and the Undergraduate Council in general reflect a


Smoking Ban Unfair

Smoking is distasteful but it is not illegal. Restaurants already designate non-smoking sections, and these are sufficient to allow non-smokers


Glass Flowers Repair Program Delayed

Harvard's Glass Flowers, one of the world's most treasured glass collections, continue to deteriorate four years after a report suggested


Students Launch Mag for Lesbians, Minority Women

Attempting to create a forum for women who are members of minority groups, two sophomores have founded a literary magazine


Wigg H-21 Fire Gets Out Of Control

A fire in the fireplace of Wigglesworth H-21 last night sent smoke pouring into the common room, setting off an


B-School Curriculum Changes Planned

A committee of Harvard Business School (HBS) faculty members voted Saturday to implement a new MBA curriculum which attempts to


First-Year Claims Harassment at Coop

A Harvard Coop security officer tackled and handcuffed a first-year recently, thinking the student shoplifted a book, Coop officials confirmed


Peabody Residents Consider Safety

The assault of a Singapore police officer in front of Peabody Terrace Friday night has prompted residents and police to


Students Table Against California Proposition

A California ballot initiative to deny services to suspected illegal immigrants threatens minorities across the country, undergraduates tabling in front


First-Year Reps. Sour On Council

One month after the election that brought 63 rookie representatives onto the Undergraduate Council, some new members already seem disillusioned.


Rhinos Dress Up for Holiday

Two rhinoceroses disguised as a mummy and a vampire bat greeted visitors to the Biological Laboratory courtyard yesterday. A group

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art


ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

Reshuffling the Caseload

Unloading the Ad Board