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Baby With the Bathwater

Meet Candice. She’s a young white woman with long brown hair and soft features, bearing a resemblance to Alanis Morrissette.

Keeping Score

Eric T. Westerfield, a former defensive lineman at Hamilton College, knows a thing or two about how to sack a

Larry Flynt Exposed

It sounds like a bad pun, but it’s 8 p.m. and Larry Flynt is running late. The publisher of Hustler

College Revises Early Action Restrictions

After a sharp rise in Early Action applications this year, the University announced yesterday that it would re-institute a policy

More Apply Early, But Fewer Get Accepted

Over 1,500 more students applied for early admission to Harvard this year than last, but Byerly Hall accepted 24 fewer

Kuumba Protests Professor’s Comment

The leaders of the Brothers and Sisters of Kuumba singing group expressed dismay yesterday at comments made by Associate Professor

Linguistics Blocks Vaux Tenure Bid

After he spent nearly a year publicly protesting the the Linguistics department’s handling of his tenure case, Associate Professor of

Yale, Stanford To End Early Decision Policy

In policy changes that will transform college admissions, Yale and Stanford Universities independently announced yesterday that they are eliminating their

Two Given University’s Top Honor

Economics professor Dale W. Jorgenson and music professor Christoph J. Wolff have been given Harvard’s highest honor, the designation of

In The Meantime

Early Derision

When news broke in June that Harvard might allow students who had been accepted under other schools’ binding early decision

Princeton, Brown In Clash Over Admissions Rules

In conflict with national guidelines, Princeton and Brown Universities are refusing to allow their Early Decision applicants to file simultaneous

U.S. News Puts Harvard Second

Giving students their annual bragging rights and critics their chance to bemoan the competition surrounding college admissions, U.S. News &

Transfer Students’ Numbers Drop

Continuing a five-year downward trend in the number of transfer students at the College, Harvard did not accept any transfer

Linguistics Professor Vaux Stays for One More Year

After saying there was a “good chance” last spring that he would leave Harvard because he did not believe he

Math’s Gross Tapped as Undergraduate Education Dean

Former Mathematics chair Benedict H. “Dick” Gross ’71 has been selected as the next Dean of Undergraduate Education and is