Rebecca A. Jeschke

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Enduring a Boring Trip For City's Excitement

According to Greek mythology, the gods punished Sisyphus after his death by making him constantly push a heavy stone up

And Still No Decision on Fly Club Case

Two years ago next week, Lisa J. Schkolnick '88 made a dramatic gesture. She filed a complaint with the Massachusetts

The Legal Issues Behind a Moral Debate

As the nine all-male final clubs in Harvard Square begin once again their fall membership--or "punching"--drives, there are real indicators

Community Gives Reluctant Nod to Hotel

In the wake of Dean of the Faculty A. Michael Spence's decision to approve a plan for a commercial "inn"

Complications Delay Final Clubs Complaint

When Lisa J. Schkolnick '88 walked into the offices of the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD) in December, 1987 to

Council May Consider Tabling ROTC Debate

The Undergraduate Council may consider postponing further discussion of Reserve Officers Training Corps' return to Harvard until next year, members

Six-Day Cinco de Mayo Fest Capped Today

Today is the sixth and last day of the Cinco de Mayo celebration sponsored by the Mexican-American student group RAZA,

Harvard Buys Lot for Affiliated Housing

After more than two years of wrangling, Harvard has purchased the St. Paul's Church parking lot and adjoining rectory, the

Dunster Master Resigns to 'Live Own Life'

Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) Sally Falk Moore resigned Tuesday as the master of Dunster

Schroeder Talks About a Friend

Rep. Patricia Schroeder (D-Col.) took time out from her Washington duties this week for a sojourn in Cambridge. The legislator,

MCAD Decision on Discrimination By All-Male Fly Club Still Uncertain

Last spring, officials at the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD) said they thought they could wrap up a discrimination complaint

Cosmic Conflagrations

Last year, Professor of Astronomy Robert P. Kirshner '70 thought he was a lucky man to observe during his lifetime

From Redwood Forests to the Gulf Stream

When the pigskin flies in Harvard Stadium this afternoon, patrons of Humperdink's in Dallas will sink their teeth into Harvard

Question 2 Opponents Criticize Poll

Opponents of Question 2 on the statewide ballot question the accuracy of a Boston Globe poll published Sunday that said

Citystep Bar Closed Early Due to Illness

The bar at Saturday night's sold. out CityStep Ball was closed by police at about 11 p.m. because one female