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Eliza M. Nguyen

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Thirteen New Student Organizations Approved

Thirteen new student organizations, whose missions range from fostering a vibrant social scene to facilitating emergency medical services, were approved for recognition by the Committee on Student Life.


Nelson To Leave College for Colgate

Harvard College’s Dean of Student Life Suzy M. Nelson will move to Colgate University in Hamilton, N.Y., to take over as dean of the College there in June, according to a statement on Monday by Colgate President Jeffrey Herbst.


Alcohol Policy Forum Created

The College’s alcohol policy committee has created an online forum to gather student opinions for its ongoing revision of the College’s alcohol policy.


Harvard Provides Haven on National Coming Out Day

Though the BGLTQ community at large continues to struggle with homophobia and bullying, Harvard offers some students an environment where they feel safe coming out and being open about their sexuality.


Cafes As Chill Study Spaces

Whether they’re working in the dark basement of Dudley House at Cafe Gato Rojo or in the bustling, commercial hangout at one of the two Starbucks in the Square, some students seek alternative study spaces during exam period.


Professors Push One-State Solution

Bashir Bashir, an adjunct lecturer in the department of political science at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and Leila Farsakh, associate professor of political science at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, proposed a binational solution to the conflict over the division of land that comprises Israel and its occupied territories during a talk at the Kennedy School of Government yesterday.


Senior Wins Service Award for Work with Children

In recognition of her work with Kids for Peace, Danielle M. Gram ’11 was honored earlier this month by the World of Children with the 2010 Founder’s Youth Award.


Auction Raises Over $2,000 for PBHA

The Phillips Brooks House hosted on Saturday its annual Big Bike Auction, raising over $2,000 in support of the association’s 86 programs.