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The Protests

W hen Anne W. Pusey '69 was asked if she wanted to stay for a fourth year at the College,

Since `69, Protests' Nature Changed

When students wanted the University to sever its ties with the U.S. military in April 1969, 300 of them forcefully

The Protests

W hen Anne W. Pusey '69 was asked if she wanted to stay for a fourth year at the College,

Students Plan Push for Ethnic Studies

In response to last week's Faculty Council rejection of a plan for a standing committee on ethnic studies, minority student

Mediators Begin Training Process

The Harvard Mediation Service held its first training sessions this weekend for the 29 tutors, students and professors selected to

Clinton Speaks at Area Fundraiser

BOSTON--President Clinton spoke about issues ranging from America's youth to New England's hearty spirit in a fundraising speech here at

Valentines Reflect On Harvard Love

It's Valentine's Day, and Chandra S. Harrell '95 says she and her girlfriend, K. Noelle Tune '94, will probably go


E ven though Laura suspected her friend, Chris, was suicidal, she felt helpless and unsure of what to do as

King Honored at Student Breakfast

Harvard officials who knew Martin Luther King Jr. and Harvard students who were not born until after his death gathered

Square Shops, Customers Feel Holiday Crunch

Holiday shopping seemed to reach frenzied heights in the Square this weekend, as shoppers elbowed each other in search of

Gore Advocates Empowerment

Vice President Al Gore '69 introduced a three-step plan to empower inner-city and poverty-stricken communities in a speech yesterday at

Bartending Policy Criticized

House committee leaders said yesterday that there are serious problems with the College's current system for regulating alcohol served at

Gore to Speak at Harvard on Monday

Vice President Al Gore '69 will speak at the Kennedy School of Government Monday about empowering communities through citizens' involvement

Editor Says U.S. Bored by Foreign News

Americans have become indifferent to foreign affairs since the fall of communism, Bernard M. Gwertzman '57, foreign editor of The

DeWolfe Design Acclaimed

Holyoke Center's renovators shouldn't hold their breath. While other Harvard "landmarks" have been criticized as concrete monstrosities, expert architects this