David C. Newman

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For Most Seniors, Eight Was Enough

The spring ritual of blocking, with all of its tense and sometimes bitter diplomatic maneuvering, was a more political ordeal

Earning Our Keep

On Feb. 23, 2002, I was convinced that I had witnessed the triumph of meritocracy at Harvard. The scene was


The FM Way: Fifteen Steps to Self-Improvement

One hundred years ago last month, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Class of 1904, was picked to be president of the 30th


Jews For Buchanan

Six days until Independence Day, the first one in which the 1996 Will Smith alien-attack film will have a resonance


The Wrath of Shelley Newman

I have problems with Harvard e-mail. It isn’t just that I always open the stupid “I send this to have

Masters Postpone Keycard Decision

The debate over universal keycard access (UKA) will continue into the new year, after Harvard’s House Masters decided to postpone

Survey Says Advising Lags

Undergraduates continue to be largely unsatisfied with the quality of concentration advising, according to a survey of the Class of

Advising Remains Subpar, Survey Says

The results of the Class of 2001 survey about advising are in, and according to Dean of the College Harry

MAC Survey Nearly Done

The survey of athletic and recreational facilities controlled by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) will wrap up in

Party Hours Extension Dependent on City License

Due to circumstances that Undergraduate Council members say they still don’t quite understand, tomorrow’s Adams House Masquerade will probably be

A Milestone of Faith

In 1922, the 21st president of Harvard University set out to reduce the College’s Jewish enrollment. After directing the admissions

Lewis-Mansfield Dispute Goes Public

The long-running disagreement between Kenan Professor of Government Harvey C. Mansfield Jr. ’53 and Dean of the College Harry R.

Masters Approve Later Dining Hall Parties

Official parties in House dining halls—such as the Adams’ Masquerade and Pfoho 54—can rage until 2 a.m., House Masters decided

Keycard Policy Blamed for Alleged Assault

An anonymous allegation of sexual assault circulated Saturday via e-mail has reignited the contentious issue of 24-hour universal keycard access

All Classes Stay Open to Foreign Students

Harvard would never restrict international students’ access to any of its course offerings, senior adminstrators said yesterday in response to