Laura A. Haight

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Curing the Body and Healing the Soul

The day begins over coffee and doughnuts at the student lounge in Rockefeller Hall. People sit casually at the tables,

Feminism and Religion

When Harvard College was established in 1636, its founders proclaimed that their foremost goal was to prepare young men to

$11 Million Endowment From Unitarians to Aid Div School

As $11 million endowment to benefit the Divinity School and two other theological schools was pointed by the Unitarian Universalist

Hair in the Pudding

They were still in their diapers when John F. Kennedy was shot, just learning to read and write when the

Seven New IOP Fellows Tell About Their Lives in Politics

This year's seven Follows of the Institute of Politics (IOP)--including two journalists, a lawyer and several elected officials--compared beliefs and

Hamming It Up At Hampshire

Saturday, October 17, 11 a.m., Dartmouth Weekend. Sketched on the path in front of Widener is the image of a

New Soc. Stud. Committee To Convene General Meeting

The newly formed Social Studies student liaison committee will preside over its first general concentrators' meeting this Sunday to discuss

Oxfam Fast

The Harvard-Radcliffe Committee on Central America (COCA) and other campus groups will begin registering students tonight for Oxfam's eighth annual

New Age Group

Everybody has a fundamental responsibility for all events in this world, a doctoral candidate at the School of Education yesterday