Katharine A. Kaplan

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A Path of One’s Own

The day after classes started last fall, the New York Times published an article that made waves on campus. Headlined

Voith-Gadgil Staffer Encouraged Grimeland and Hadfield To Drop Out of UC Race

A campaign staffer for John F. Voith ’07 approached a staffer for Magnus Grimeland ’07 last week, suggesting Grimeland drop

Gadgil Seeks Re-endorsement

Undergraduate Council (UC) vice-presidential candidate Tara Gadgil ’07 has asked the South Asian Association (SAA), which endorsed her opponents last

Senior Class Marshals Elected

Seniors chose Tracy “Ty” Moore ’06 as first class marshal and Christina L. Adams ’06, Hana R. Alberts ’06, Aaron

Senior Class Marshals Elected

Seniors chose Tracy “Ty” Moore ’06 as first class marshal and Christina L. Adams ’06, Hana R. Alberts ’06, Aaron

Petition Calls for BoardPlus Donation

Over 1,500 Harvard students and affiliates have signed an online petition since Monday night calling for Harvard University Dining Services


Snow Blankets Cambridge

A blizzard dumped two feet of snow on Cambridge Saturday night and yesterday, but final exams will continue as scheduled

Alcohol Leader Search Committee Formed

The University has formed a search committee to find and evaluate candidates for a new position to oversee all alcohol

Professors Ask To Clone Cells

A team of Harvard researchers has asked the University to approve the cloning of human embryos for stem cell research,

Dylan To Sing In Campus Show

Legendary singer and songwriter Bob Dylan has performed at Martin Luther King, Jr.’s March on Washington, in Madison Square Garden,

Report Calls For Alcohol Administrator

A single administrator should oversee all alcohol-related issues at the College, and the administration should better articulate its alcohol policies

The Eleventh Plague

We, like many overcommitted Harvard students, are admittedly High Holidays Jews. We shuffle into synagogue for reform services (in Memorial

Loker Grill Will Offer Later Hours

Stale bagels and lukewarm coffee will no longer be first-years’ only late-night on-campus fare. As part of revamping of Loker

Gross Finds Post Overwhelming

A toothbrush and toothpaste stand sentry at the back door of the office of Dean of the College Benedict H.

College Consolidates Mental Health Care Services

In a major reorganization of the University’s mental health-care system, its two major providers were placed under a single director

Special Teams

In Photos: The Game

Crimson-UC Crossfire Debate

The Back of the UC Ballot

Helicopter over Harvard

In Photos: Bomb Threat Shakes the Yard


A.D. Club ‘Strongly’ Opposes Membership Changes