Juliet J. Chung

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Being Everyone's Neighbor

He’s a lot like Mister Rogers. If you look beyond the mass of shoulder-length curls and the colorful hats, you’ll

Hillel Gets New Structure, Picks New Leaders

Harvard Hillel elected its spring 2002 steering committee last night in the first election following its dramatic overhaul of the

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In its first round of grants this year, the Ann Radcliffe Trust awarded 17 grants totaling $6,350 to groups that

Radcliffe Trust Issues First Round of Grants

In its first round of grants this year, the Ann Radcliffe Trust awarded 17 grants totaling $6,350 to groups that

Under Fire, Foundation SAC Chair Quits

A co-chair of the Harvard Foundation’s Student Advisory Committee (SAC) resigned from his position on Friday after student interns at

Ethnic Studies Policy Criticized

Continuing its push for ethnic studies, the Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations hosted a lecturer on Chicano Studies

Women's Guide More Than A Year Behind Schedule

More than a year after its projected completion date, The Women’s Guide to Harvard has not yet made it to

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

Ethnic Studies Stays Stuck in Committee

Students hoping to see a certificate program in ethnic studies at Harvard rejoiced last spring when they thought their proposal

Police Investigate Hate Crime at T

The MBTA Police Department is investigating an alleged hate crime that occurred Friday afternoon, when a Muslim Harvard graduate student

Grad Student Assaulted in Alleged Hate Crime

A Muslim Harvard graduate student was verbally and physically harassed at the Harvard Square T-stop Friday afternoon in what police

Multicultural Panel Urges Tolerance

Panelists criticized both widespread support for war and backlash against people of Middle Eastern descent in a discussion yesterday sponsored

Students Back Response

A majority of Harvard students support the United States taking military action against those responsible for the Sept. 11 attacks

'Unofficial' Slur Angers Students

The South Asian Association (SAA) plans to call for an apology from the publishers of The Unofficial Guide to Life

A Day Later, Campus Begins To Recover

Flags flew at half-mast across the University yesterday as school continued uninterrupted in the aftermath of Tuesday’s tragedy. College classes