Jonathan S. Leff


PBH Hosts Field Day For 250 Local Children

About 250 children of all ages gathered yesterday at the athletic fields behind the Business School for Kids' Day, an


City Approves Plan for Shelter

The City of Cambridge yesterday approved a plan to open a temporary shelter for the homeless in the Massachusetts National


High School Model U.N. Begins Today in Boston

The 31st annual Harvard Model United Nations will convene its session today, as students arrive from high schools all over


Harvard Aids U.S. Report On `Passive' Smoking

A Kennedy School of Government research group recently completed a chapter for the forthcoming report by Surgeon General C. Everett


B.U. Students Protest Zulu's Honorary Degree

About 400 Boston University professors and students walked out of class yesterday to protest the school's awarding an honorary degree


Arms Deal With Iran Criticized by Experts

Harvard experts yesterday criticized the Reagan Administration's decision to sell arms to Iran and the secrecy with which it was


Beat Poet Allen Ginsberg Visits Coop

Appearing yesterday at the Harvard Coop to promote his newest poetry collection, controversial "beat" poet Allen Ginsberg described "White Shroud,"


Local Gelateria Closes

The Gelateria Giuseppe, one of the many ice cream stores in the Square, closed last week and will be replaced

Divest Harvard Assembles

Arrested Divestment

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art


ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty