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Commencement 2010

Wedding: Samuel D. Stuntz '10 and Elizabeth A. Cook '10

When Elizabeth A. Cook ’10 organized a movie night for the Harvard Undergraduate Fellowship, a Christian student organization, she was hoping that fellow member Samuel D. Stuntz ’10 would attend.

HPV Vaccine Subsidy To End July 31

A sunset provision will quietly terminate University subsidies for a vaccine preventing genital warts and cervical cancer at the end

Students Scramble for Game Tickets

After tickets to The Game sold out by Thursday afternoon, undergraduates found themselves scrambling to purchase them from their fellow

Students Formerly for Clinton Flock to Obama

When Barack Obama clinched the Democratic presidential nomination in early June, murmurs of dissatisfaction rippled through Hillary Clinton’s bloc of

Rashid Helps Push Voter Turnout

While his classmates were busy buying books and moving furniture to prepare for the fall semester, Abdelnasser Rashid ’11 was

Pub Promotes Women’s Music

As students filed into the Cambridge Queen’s Head Pub Saturday night, they were greeted with glow sticks, temporary tattoos, and

Harvard's New Delayed Opening

Aditya Balasubramanian had finished seeking counselor recommendations and prepping his personal essay this past fall. He decided to apply early

Dean Pilbeam Rings Last Call

A little over a week after Harvard undergraduates handed in their study cards, the College greeted them with a sobering

In First Year, UC Worked To Get Itself Heard

Before the Undergraduate Council’s (UC) founding in 1982, one of the crowning achievements of previous student governments at Harvard had

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‘Dispatch’ Lead Plays Pub

Former Dispatch member Brad Corrigan performed in a crowded Cambridge Queen’s Head Pub last night, in a set interspersed with

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Wu-Tang, Gavin Rock the Yard

Under the spire of Memorial Church, in front of three “Veritas”-emblazoned banners, the Wu-Tang Clan laid down a different kind

Dispatch Member To Perform at Pub

In addition to being serenaded by the Wu Tang Clan and Gavin DeGraw at Yardfest tomorrow, Harvard students will get

Transfer Rejection Has Long History

Each year, University Hall gives the Admissions Office a number, representing the slots available for new transfer students. This year,

Without Transfers, Will the College Miss Out on the Next Kennedy?

When a football player at Northwestern University named Clifton Dawson decided to transfer to the Ivy League in 2003, Harvard

Web Site Connects Soldiers with U.S. Civilians To Aid Iraqis

In 2005, Tin-Yun Ho ’07 came across an article through Google News that profiled a civil affairs officer stationed in