Lori I. Diamond

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A Peek Into the Bookshelf and Back to Childhood

A peek into the bookshelves of the average Harvard student can be very revealing. It is in his Currier bookshelf,

Harvard Assists Student Mothers

T he idea of becoming a single mother frightened Anna N. Payanzo '00 enough, but the news also came at

Student Moms Juggle Schoolwork, Parenting

T he carriage Gina M. Ocon '98-'00 steers is too wide to fit into the narrow aisle of the shuttle

Mother of Four Kids Returns To Harvard

N ot all undergraduate mothers at Harvard are under 25. Suzanne Girlando '68-'96, had four children when she graduated Harvard

"Did you go to the Head of the Charles? What did you think of it?"

"I was there really quickly. It was crowded. It was nice to see everyone out by the river. I wish

First-Years Make Light Of New Halogen Restriction

Among the many pieces of mail that Harvard sent out this summer, few caused as much of a stir as

Groups Discuss Future of Tasty

Community and student groups met in Emerson Hall last night to discuss the proposed demolition of four historic Harvard Square

Shiny Happy Quadlings

On the morning of March 20, large numbers of first-year students began crying, screaming and cursing the administration when they


H aving a hard time dealing with academics? Classes can be pretty demanding, and often consume lots of time. However,

taking time off

N eed a break from attending lectures, studying for exams and writing papers? Has spending some time away from Harvard

Consultant to Survey Students About Loker

Students will find a survey in their mailboxes Monday which will ask their opinions about the struggling Loker Commons. The

Despite Frigid Temperatures, Montreal is Hot

Temperatures in Montreal were below zero last weekend and the snow was a foot high, but the city was nevertheless

Popular Russian Puppeteer Dies

For the past three years, crowds of children and adults gathered each week to watch a dozen hand-carved puppets sing