Maggie S. Tucker

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Class of '97 to Reflect Increased Diversity

For decades, Harvard's applicant pool has been full to overflowing with valedictorians, star musicians and science geniuses. The admissions office

Coach's Tires Slashed

Women's Lacrosse Coach Carol A. Kleinfelder found her truck tires slashed in the parking lot of the Gordon Indoor Track

NBC's Barcelona Coverage Fails to Inspire

N BC gets a lot of things right. "Saturday Night Live," for instance. "Late Night With David Letterman." Tom Brokaw.

Finding a Home at Harvard Takes time

Three weeks into my first year I found myself sitting at a table in the Union lying to Joe, my

Police Nab Habitual Criminal

Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) officers Wednesday apprehended a Somerville native with a long record of property crimes at the

NAS Elects Six Harvard Profs

Six faculty members have been elected to the National Academy of Sciences, one of the highest honors a U.S. scientist

Nieman Fellows Appointed

Twelve American journalists have been named Nieman Fellows for the 1992-93 academic year. The Nieman Foundation offers mid-career fellowships to

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D URING THE LAST few weeks, many people have raised concerns about The Crimson's coverage of minority issues. I do

A Subtle Attack on Women

American women today are more equal than ever, but also more unhappy. Though working outside the home in record numbers,

Search Underway For New Provost

President Neil L. Rudenstine plans to begin evaluating applications for the post of University provost in January, he said in

Overseers Redefine Role

When the Corporation picked Charles W. Eliot to be president of Harvard in 1869, the Board of Overseers refused to

Rudenstine Open Letter Urges Tolerance

President Neil L. Rudenstine yesterday issued an open letter to the University community in response to several recent controversies related

Int'l Office Will Be Disbanded

An international projects office established by former President Derek C. Bok will disband at the end of December. Established three

Rudy Defends Hiring Record

President Neil L. Rudenstine defended Harvard's track record in hiring minority and women faculty at an open meeting at the

Appointments to Make, Appointments to Keep

President Neil L. Rudenstine has been a busy man since he took office July 1. He has had people to