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U.C.'s Springfest Hits MAC Quad This Saturday

Featuring rides, bands, prizes, a barbeque and--nearest to most Harvard students' hearts--beer, the Undergraduate Council will hold its second annual

Kansas TAs Vote to Form Union

Graduate teaching assistants (GTAs) at the University of Kansas voted to unionize early this week by a 70 percent margin.

Gov. Seniors Celebrate End of Theses

Beat, bleary-eyed and boozed, some 84 satisfied--but exhausted--government concentrators celebrated the completion of their these at a party hosted by

Dunn Named Schlesinger Library Director

Following an extensive nationwide search, Mary Maples Dunn, the outgoing president of Smith College, has been named the new Pforzheimer

Cook Speaks at Cambridge Forum

In a speech last night at the Cambridge Forum, Dr. John Cook, the Research Director for the Center on Hunger,

Blood Drive Tops Goal

Though this year's Red Cross blood drive has garnered more pints than efforts in the past two years many donated

Key Council Records Missing

Just when you thought the race for Undergraduate Council president couldn't get any more confusing, council officials said yesterday that

Results of Tests On Epidemic Expected in Jan.

The cause of last week's vomiting epidemic will not be known until next month, Director of Dining Services Michael P.

U.C. Deserves Ticket Credit

Reversing his earlier statements, Athletic Department ticket manager Edward J. Carey '55 apologized yesterday for misinforming The Crimson and said

Bonfili: Council Intransigent

Long time reformist and Undergraduate Council member David V. Bonfili '96 said this week that he resigned because the council

Around Campus, Thursday Is Big Night

The Crimson Sports Grille may be packed tonight, but it's not necessarily the busiest night of the week. Although some

Tumultuous Week for Two Council Members

David V. Bonfili '96, a long-time advocate of Undergraduate Council reform, stepped down from the council Sunday night Bonfili, co-chair

First-Years Denied Executive Board Seat; Comedy Concerts Approved

The Undergraduate Council voted last night against a proposal to create a permanent voting position on the council's executive board

B-School Mulls Year-Round Schedule

The Harvard Business School faculty is considering a proposal to replace the traditional nine-month academic calendar with a year-round system

Students Say Libraries Should Stay Up All Night

It's nearly midnight, and Anita Wokhlu '98 is sitting at a table in Cabot Library, textbooks fanned out around her