Elizabeth S. Zuckerman

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Seniors: your this is Harvard

Dean of the College Harry R. Lewis '68 sends a second letter on the College's alcohol policy to undergraduates, signaling

A High School Lesson for Harvard

Beyond a wholesome discipline, be gentle with yourself. You are a child of the universe no less than the trees

A Matter of Respect

In the summer following my sophomore year, I worked part-time at the C'est Bon on Mass. Ave. The store's customers

Harvard's High Achievers

It's been more than 35 years since Timothy Leary roamed Harvard's psychology department, introducing colleagues and undergraduates to psychedelic drugs.

Survey Methodology

The Crimson survey of Jan. 9-11 targeted a pool of 558 undergraduates chosen at random. Those who were not reached


Given the recent debate over the future of Harvard's sister institution, it seems an apt time to reflect on that

Locals Matter, Too

While the staff's concern for undergraduate safety is laudable, the three recent incidents do not represent a newly-arisen targeting of

Clinton Chats With Harvard Profs.

On Jan. 7, 14 scholars attended a dinner with President Clinton, Vice-president Al Gore '69 and Hillary Rodham Clinton to

MIT Frat Probed Following Poisoning

MIT is investigating yet another campus fraternity in the wake of allegations that a Boston University (B.U.) student suffered alcohol

Kocs Celebrate New Turkish Professorship

The Center for Middle Eastern Studies celebrated the establishment of a new chair in Turkish Studies on Friday night at

Library Assistant Makes Hobby of Tracking Internet Hate Speech

Neo-Nazis, white supremacists and anti-gay radicals are the stuff of David Goldman's weekends. Goldman, a research assistant at a University

Anti-Gay Kansans Heckle Gore

BOSTON--Chinese President Jiang Zemin was not the only public figure facing protests this weekend. Vice President Al Gore '69 had

Gay Students of Color Form New Group

SPECTRUM, a new undergraduate organization for gay, lesbian and bisexual students of color, held its first meeting in Boylston Hall

Policy on Ceremonies Draws Muted Response

Three months after the University decided to permit same-sex commitment ceremonies in Memorial Church, the policy change-billed by the University

College Names Cooke Coordinator of Student Activities

Most people wouldn't make the trip from Columbia to Harvard via Ibaraki-ken. But after teaching at a rural school in