Rodolfo J. Fernandez

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Clinton May Tap Ellwood, Bane

Two Kennedy School professors are being considered for top jobs in the Clinton administration, according to one professor and a

Clinton Recruits Faculty for Staff

The transition from the Bush to Clinton administrations is causing an equal and opposite reaction at the Kennedy School of

Cabot Extends Hours

The Undergraduate Council made headway yesterday in a years-old effort to keep campus libraries open later, as Cabot Science Library

U.C. Rejects Garden Street Housing Preference

The Undergraduate Council last night voted down a controversial resolution which would have given first-years living at 29 Garden St.

How Does the Council Measure Up?

Some students believe it does too little, some believe it does too much and many don't care enough to have

Council Decides Not to Impeach Vice Chair Prabhu

After a debate of more than three hours, the Undergraduate Council last night voted down a motion to remove Maya

Council Chair Candidates Square Off

Declared candidates for chair of the Undergraduate Council debated the issues last night in front of a crowd of 30,

Students Elect New Council Oust 13 Veterans

Thirteen incumbents, including two former officers, were upset in last week's Undergraduate Council elections. But most of the contenders for

Image Is Everything

Politicians are known to be slick. Their rhetoric may be powerful and daring, but their positions often lack substance. This

Candidates Jockey For Council Chair

Three weeks away from the Undergraduate Council's first meeting, potential candidates for chair are already jockeying for position in what

150 Protest Detention Of Chinese Dissident

BOSTON--A crowd of approximately 150 people gathered at the State House yesterday afternoon to protest the detention of Chinese dissident

Levenson Prizes Awarded

Two faculty members and a teaching fellow were honored for their outstanding dedication to teaching undergraduates at the 10th Annual

Students End 25-Hour Law School Sit-In

Nine members of the Coalition for Civil Rights ended a 25-hour sit-in outside the office of Harvard Law School Dean

Newly-Renovated Post Office Opens

After seven months and more than $500,000 worth of extensive renovations, Harvard Square's "Postal Store of the Future" is now

Police Remove Currier Trespassers

Officers of the Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) removed two teenagers from Currier House Sunday night, according to HUPD Chief