Christine M. Griffin

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Irish Pres. Visits IOP

President Mary Robinson of Ireland yesterday called for an increased international sense of connectedness, caring and participation in a speech

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Harvard Engineer Division On Rise

In 1914, Harvard did not even have an engineering department of its own. Instead, it shared a program with MIT.

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Special Majors Give Free Choice

Justin M. Levitt '95 came to Harvard intending to major in engineering. But halfway through his first year, he changed

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New Storage Rules Frustrate Students

Students packing their belongings expressed frustration yesterday about a number of new rules which have tightened up the storage process.

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Harvard: A Long History Of Myth and Witchcraft

Folklore and Mythology chair Stephen A. Mitchell says that the courses he offers on witchcraft have strong ties to both

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Folk and Myth: Beyond Witches & Ouijas

When Harvard senior Merrill Kaplan's parents are asked about their daughter's major, they have a standard answer. "She's a pre-med,"

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Hundreds Attend Hillel's Opening

Ending a 15-year stay at 74 Mt. Auburn, members and friends of the Harvard-Radcliffe Hillel carried their Torahs a block

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Senior Gift Committee To Continue Collecting

The Senior Gift Committee has started a second round of campaigning to collect money from the Class of '94 in

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Gays Win Gains, Frank Says

The amount of opposition to gays and lesbians in the United States is often overestimated, Rep. Barney Frank '61 (D-Mass),

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ROTC to Draw Fire During BGLAD Week

The Bisexual Gay and Lesbian Students Association (BGLSA) and the Civil Liberties Union of Harvard are joining forces this week

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Residents Roused Early From DeWolfe Dreams

Roxanne C. Abder '95 is setting her alarm for 6:42 a.m. these days. That's three minutes before the jack hammers

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Chemistry Students Call for Dept. Changes

Two juniors have proposed more contact with chemistry professors and changes in the department's advising system in a letter delivered

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Mather Lottery to Help Groups Stay Intact

Sophomores entering Mather House next year will likely be assigned more favorable rooming configurations because of a new housing lottery

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House Reps Review BAT

Representatives from undergraduate house committees are asking the University to implement a method for evaluating members of the Beverage Authority

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