Every summer, the University's face changes a little, as Harvard gets underway with all the construction it plans during the school year. George Wald, Higgins Professor of Biology Emeritus, has called Harvard an academic excuse for a construction company, and this summer the comment seemed remarkably accurate.
Location, Design Chosen for New Life Sciences Center
In a project that has moved forward with remarkable speed, the University has selected an architect, a location and preliminary
JFK Library Corp. 1972 Tax Return Shows Firm Is $14 Million in Black
The John F. Kennedy Library Corp. is firmly in the black financially, its 1972 tax return indicates. The tax information
Lamont Clocks Stopped
Time ran out for Lamont Library earlier this month--literally. Lamont's synchronized clocks stopped working during construction on the library's electrical
Planning Office Reveals Plans For New Freshman Dormitory
The University Planning Office yesterday released plans for the new freshman dormitory under construction behind Memorial Church. The Corporation approved
Corporation Commissions New Science Laboratory
The University plans to construct a new $10-12 million science building to house the Biochemistry Department, administrators said last week.