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Bosnian Athlete Prepares To Go Pro

As her senior Housemates rose from their chairs and chanted “Peljto, Peljto,” Harvard’s 6’2” Bosnian-born basketball star accepted Mather House’s

Dance Director To Stay On

Elizabeth Bergmann, the director of Harvard’s dance programs, announced Monday that she will stay in Cambridge at least until June

Dancers Protest Loss of Rieman

Faced with the loss of their historic Rieman Dance Center home in 2005, Harvard’s dancers are now calling on the

Athletes Protest Break In Practice

When the Ivy League presidents decided last summer to limit practice time by requiring all varsity sports to take seven

Lewis Advocates U.S. Focus in Studies

What role should America play in a new, post-Sept. 11 curriculum? Dean of the College Harry R. Lewis ’68 has

Council Follows the Money Trail

Undergraduate Council grant money will be administered more efficiently if a new plan works as council members hope. But the

Ivy Athletics Under Fire

Two weeks from now, University President Lawrence H. Summers and the heads of the other seven Ivy League schools will

Ivy ADs Suggest Fewer Recruits

In a decision that may foreshadow broad recruiting cuts in Ivy League athletics, the league’s athletic directors have agreed on

Protests Turn Inward, Shift To College

On a warm morning in the spring of 1977, the “Eggshell Alliance” mustered just after 8 a.m. at the Mather

MAC Report Finally Done

The report that may herald a $30 million renovation of the Malkin Athletic Center (MAC) was finally submitted to Dean

Ivy League Debates Recruiting Reduction

This weekend in the mountains of Vermont, athletic directors from across the Ivy League will meet to make recommendations on

Long Overdue MAC Report Still Not Done

The report which may herald a $30 million renovation of the MAC is now about as overdue as a turn

Council Honors Top Teachers

The Undergraduate Council recognized outstanding teachers last night at the 20th annual Levenson Awards banquet at Eliot House. The council’s

Student Groups Not Moved From Thayer Offices

After creating a stir last October by declaring that three student groups would have to vacate their Thayer basement offices,

Rough and Unpampered, Rugby Rolls On

Spirits were high as the bus carried the men’s rugby team back to Cambridge after a win over regional powerhouse