Rachel P. Kovner

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A Hundred Different Harvards

As first-years, we are said to wonder whether we were the admissions office’s big mistake. It’s only later that we

My E-Mail From the President

I received my first e-mail message from the president of the University on Thursday. Sent from the Office of the

Puritanical Progressives

"Casinos...are socially and individually destructive. They're associated with every possible anti-social behavior." "Gambling is a cancer on the soul of

Fifteen Minutes: This Man Is Running For President: What Alan Keyes Learned at Harvard

"Questions, let's see, up first is up front." Alan L. Keyes '72--the arch-conservative Republican presidential candidate--is taking questions after a

Council Race Goes to Seton, Redmond

The self-choosen successor of current Undergraduate Council President Beth A. Stewart '00 was elected to the top two council spots

Abramian Awaits Harvard Millions

On paper, Viatcheslav "Steve" Abramian is a millionaire. Two years ago, a Middlesex County jury handed down a verdict awarding

Disability Act Inadequate, Panel Claims

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) does not go far enough in providing equal access for the disabled, according to

Full ADA Compliance Still Elusive

On his first day at Harvard, William J. Booker '01 couldn't get into Annenberg Hall. Booker, who has been using

Single Suspect Sought In Crime Wave Search

The Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) now has "solid leads" in the "unprecedented" crime wave in the Yard dorms, HUPD

SJC Nominee Led Controversial Harvard Probe

Margaret H. Marshall, A. Paul Cellucci's controversial nominee for chief justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC), commissioned an

Homophobic Graffiti Surfaces in River Houses

Winthrop and Mather Houses have been the victims of homophobic graffiti five times in the past two weeks, and in

UHS Panel Yields Few Students

Although a recent Undergraduate Health Services (UHS) survey showed high levels of student dissatisfaction, only a dozen undergraduates turned out

Land of the Rising Cartoon

Widener might have all the materials your courses require, but where to go when you're looking for a library with

Students Hit the Campaign Trail

SALEM N.H. and KEENE N.H.--With recent polls showing Bill Bradley and Vice President Al Gore '69 running neck and neck

UHS Survey Unique Among Universities

One day after the release of an independent study of University Health Services (UHS) found just 58 percent of students