Rachel L. Pollack

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City of (Public) Love

My guidebook to Paris lists the top 10 best places to kiss in the “City of Love,” including Pont Neuf,

Advising Program Taps Tutors

Houses will appoint resident tutors to advise first-semester sophomores under a revamped advising program announced by the College last month.

Gen Ed Report Met With Apathy

The Committee on Undergraduate Education yesterday called for the creation of a new group to draft official legislation that, if

Carter’s Square Appearance Draws Crowds

After months of searing criticism over a book comparing Israel’s treatment of Palestinians with earlier state-sponsored racism in South Africa,

Radcliffe Was a 'Crossroads' For Free-Verse Poet

When poet Jean Valentine ’56 was an undergraduate at Radcliffe, she says the campus was “a much more divided world.”

In Vote, Council Says RIP To CLC

Starting next year, each House will have only two representatives on the Undergraduate Council (UC), down from the current three.

UC Votes Not To Fund Exclusive Groups

Fifteen Undergraduate Council (UC) members stormed out of last night’s session after their attempt to change council rules to permit