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Law School Faculty Debates Major Reform

Its image has long been one of intransigence and aversion to change. But now Harvard Law School (HLS) is making

Space Crunch

Harvard undergraduates have long been accustomed to trekking across Cambridge to reach upperclass dorms in the Quad or the first-year

Pudding Selects Vampire Script

Hasty Pudding Theatricals this week selected "Fangs for the Memories"--a blend of James Bond characters, a Transylvania-type setting and bomb

The Joint Approach

Unity across schools has never been Harvard's strength, as students who want to study under the University's wide range of

Harvard Hosts Third NAACP Forum

University President Neil L. Rudenstine expressed his support for the work of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored

Trudeau Discusses Career As Satirist

Garry B. Trudeau, the satirist who created the Pulitzer Prize winning cartoon Doonesbury, lightheartedly defended his craft before an audience

Anti-Abortion Campaign

In an effort to publicize a little-known refund option that allows students to claim the a portion of their University

Author Lowry Enchants 'Fairy Tales' Class

Lois Lowry, author of such classic children's stories as Number the Stars and The Giver , discussed her works and

Physics Department Tenures Marcus

Professor of Physics Charles M. Marcus, who is known for his research in quantum mechanics, was recently tenured by the

Class of 2000 Urged to Pledge Social Responsibility

For the second year in the row, a small group of seniors hopes to convince their classmates that a socially

And You Thought It Was Hard to Get into Harvard College!

Enter Dudley House at 6 P.M. on a weeknight, and there is barely a murmur. Some students eat quietly in

AAA Hosts Panel On Interracial Dating

Students of all ethnic backgrounds debated the pros and cons of interracial dating at a panel hosted by the Asian

Yale Bars

Responding to professors' concerns about intellectual property, Yale University has demanded that, a commercial website that offers lecture notes,

Seniors Begin Celebration of Final 100 Days

It might not be spring just yet, but seniors are already counting down to commencement in June. Kicking off the

Tribe Will Sue Harvard for Burial Remains

The Narragansett Indian tribe will soon file a lawsuit against Harvard to recover tribal remains currently displayed in the University's