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Would Male Voters Detract From RUS?

In a decision that may chip away at Radclife's status as Harvard's allfemale "annex," Radcliffe Union of Students (RUS) will

Protestors Meet With Rudenstine

Organizers of the recent Junior Parent's Weekend protests left yesterday's meeting with President Neil L. Rudenstine empty-handed, without official commitment

Lecture Picketed

Criticizing Harvard's lack of minority professors and ethnic studies classes, about 25 minority students protested yesterday shortly before a Junior

Minority Group Plans Weekend Demonstration

Minority students plan to stage a protest during Junior Parents' Weekend, according to a source close to the protest's organizers.

Minority Groups May Demonstrate

Minority student leaders gathered last night for an unusual meeting in the basement of Thayer Hall, and a protest during

Noses and Nipples With Holes

Evelyn J. Kim '95 realized during reading period that exam anxiety was making her a "basket-case," but she didn't want

Tea Stop

Ancient Chinese legend says that the emperor Shen Nung was in his garden sipping a cup of hot water almost

AAA Members Approve Sixteen Amendments

In a meeting that focused on the organization's future, the Asian American Association (AAA) voted for 16 amendments to its


A rcane places to relax, study, shop and eat abound right on the sprawling Harvard campus--and they provide an ideal

Free Speech, Codes Collide

Shortly after MIT senior Nicholas L. Cassimatis received a copy of his college's new anti-harassment guide, he burned it in

Will Fly Make Itself Official?

Last week's vote by the Fly Club graduate board to admit women to the formerly all-male club may lead to

Transition to Co-Ed May Not Be Smooth

When Susan Buck joined the Tiger Inn eating club at Princeton a few years ago, she did so during the

Chem 17 Students Search for Seating

Chemistry 17, "Principles of Organic Chemistry," isn't supposed to be an easy course. But for many of this semester's pre-med

Fly Places Tradition On Trial at Clubs

More than a hundred years of all-male tradition may end this year if, as expected, the Fly Club's graduate board

Used Books Sell for Less At PBH

Last spring, two Winthrop sophomores figured out a way to do public service, get business experience and offer Harvard students