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Ebonie D. Hazle

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Going Colorblind

Grandparents say the darnedest things. Scene: Miami, Florida. My family and I are sitting around the dining table for Christmas

Service Groups’ Structure To Change

Dean of the College Benedict H. Gross ’71 approved changes last week which will effectively transfer power from a single

College To Examine Support for Student Groups

A student-faculty committee voted to approve a wine appreciation group and discussed reviewing both the College’s role with student groups

H Bomb Faces Further College Review

The College announced yesterday that it will not fund a proposed student-run sex magazine and that it will reconsider the

Committee Approves Porn Magazine

After flipping through the pages of Squirm, a Vassar College erotica magazine, the Committee on College Life (CCL) voted to

Mahan, Blickstead Sworn In

Vowing to fulfill campaign promises to improve the social and academic lives of students, Matthew W. Mahan ’05 and Michael

Chopra Bids Farewell to Council

Undergraduate Council President Rohit Chopra ’04 and Vice President Jessica R. Stannard-Friel ’04 bid a tearful goodbye to the council

Council To Request Input on Allston

University administrators must include students in their decisions about College life on the other side of the River, according to

Mahan Triumphs in Council Race

Undergraduate Council veteran Matthew W. Mahan ’05 was declared the next council president last night in an election decided by

Mahan Cleared Of Plagiarizing Platform Text

As the Undergraduate Council election heads into its final stretch, the council’s election commission formally investigated—and dismissed—an anonymous tip that

Chopra Criticizes Council in Speech

With his four potential successors doing most of the talking over the last week, soon-to-be-former Undergraduate Council President Rohit Chopra

Byrd Violations Prove Costly

Voting in the Undergraduate Council elections begins today, but one of the presidential candidates, Aaron S. Byrd ’05, will not

Council Hopefuls Go Head to Head

Rifts over campaign issues and council records emerged in a debate between the Undergraduate Council’s presidential candidates held yesterday. All

Undergraduate Council Presidential Race Kicks-Off

The race for Undergraduate Council president got off to a quick start yesterday, with aggressive postering, an early head-to-head debate

U.C. Hopefuls Begin Races

In a field that is noticeably missing a number of the bigwigs in Harvard’s student government, four candidates will run