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Classrooms, Staff try to 'Make the Puzzle Fit'

Patricia A. O'Brien's room on the second floor of the Office of the Registrar is orderly and neat--her desk free

New Members Inducted Into Mass. Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa

The Massachusetts chapter of Phi Beta Kappa (PBK) inducted new members into its ranks and held a ceremony for all

College Projects Aims to Increase Student Votes

After spending two years in the Czech Republic--a former Communist country where people are "so excited" about the right to

In Final Appearance, Simpson Leads Panel on Gay Vote

In his last appearance as the director of the Institute of Politics (IOP), former senator Alan K. Simpson moderated a

Man in the Gray Suit: Schlesinger Leads Unassuming Political Life

James R. Schlesinger '50 said his most humorous White House memory came in 1979 when President Jimmy Carter met with

Second Harvard Speech Replaces Class Day Oration

One day before Amartya Sen delivers the Commencement address to the Class of 2000, three seniors will share their speeches

Author, Zoo Buff Signs On To FDO

Only two weeks after D.E. Lorraine Sterritt's decision to leave Harvard for the University of Pennsylvania, Rory A. W. Browne

Panelists Link Environment and Health

Nearly 100 people attended an panel discussion on "Women's Health and the Environment" yesterday-- and they were the ones applauded.

Dartmouth Trustees Seek Big Changes

The Dartmouth College Board of Trustees recommended yesterday a set of sweeping changes in all areas of student life, from

Prominent Law Prof. Will Leave For Stanford

Lawrence Lessig--a prominent expert on Internet law who advised the judge in the recent Microsoft antitrust trial--announced last week that

Leader of Bangladesh Praises Democracy

The Prime Minister of Bangladesh told a crowd of more than 200 people last night that her deep commitment to

Government Department Proposes Revised Curriculum

The Government Department announced Tuesday possible changes to the curriculum that would cut the number of required courses by one,