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College Closer to Co-ed Suites

The Committee on House Life (CHL) took a step toward a standardized College-wide policy giving upperclassmen the choice to live

Lowell House Opens Back Gate to Residents, Swipe Access To Operate During Limited Hours

Following thirty years of closed gates, residents of Lowell House can now enter through the back entrance, house administrator Elizabeth

‘Bauch’ Bucks in Hand, Winthrop Gets Dirty

Winthrop House’s notorious “Debauchery” dance, known for “gratuitous displays of flesh, excessive gyrations of...pelvises and inappropriate employment of...oral cavities,” according

Brewer and Chandler Elected Lowell HoCo Chairs

Lowellians voted the old-fashioned way for their new House Committee (HoCo) leadership last night in the Junior Common Room. After

Harvard Urged To Return $20M Gift

Representative Anthony D. Weiner (D-N.Y.), wrote a letter to University President Lawrence H. Summers on Tuesday urging him to return

Men's Basketball

Back from Doldrums, Crimson Goes West

In a season of ups and downs, and on the heels of a slump-busting win against LIU, the Harvard men’s

Instructor: Whales Tender to the Tusk

Following four trips to the Arctic Circle and close to five years of research on the narwhal, Martin T. Nweeia,

Student Finds Flaws In Federal Flu Data

In its reports on flu and flu mortality, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) had inconsistencies in data

Harvard Shovels Out Funds To Clear Snow

Harvard University’s Facilities Maintenance Operations (FMO) spent roughly $20,000 for every mile of sidewalk and road cleared of snow last

Website Facilitates Activities Abroad

Harvard’s Office of International Programs (OIP) launched a Web database last month that will help undergraduates find grants to study

SLAM Worker Week Ends

The culminating event of the Student Labor Action Movement’s (SLAM) “A Week for Workers” drew more than 75 students, employees,