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B-School Takes Second In U.S. News Rankings

Mitigating a long-standing gripe among students, U.S. News & World Report elevated the Harvard Business School (HBS) from No. 5

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Students Study Native Americans Through Interdisciplinary Focus

Although the students in Anthropology 199a: "Nation Building I," are in the business of learning how to be tribal leaders

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Astronomy Department Seeks

Twenty-four hours, door-to-door. That's been a frequent commute during the past five years for Professor of Astronomy Robert P. Kirshner

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MIT Faculty Ask ROTC Program To Admit Gays

In a move which would allow Harvard students who are gay to participate in ROTC, the MIT faculty proposed Wednesday

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Two Groups Denounce Decision on 'First-Year'

The Radcliffe Union of Students (RUS) and a Radcliffe alumnae group denounced the decision of Dean of the College Harry

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Five-Alarm Fire Obliterates Shop

A five-alarm fire blazed through a Fresh Pond Parkway auto repair shop yesterday and threatened to consume a nearby gas

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Tournament Fever Hits Harvard Undergrads

A funny thing happened here Thursday night. From common rooms to house grilles to the Grille, Harvard was cheering for

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University Will Host Internet Conference

Microsoft chief executive officer Bill Gates, one of Harvard's most famous dropouts, will return to school as the keynote speaker

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Picking Classes...

It's tough picking the best four classes listed in the course catalog each semester. With a 700-plus page course catalog,

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Core Lotteries Send Students Scrambling

There were too many students who found that perfect Core this shopping period. A high number of students in a

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Christopher Will Speak

Secretary of State Warren Christopher will deliver what is predicted to be a "major" foreign policy address at 1 p.m.

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Rohde Describes Bosnian Terrors

In a speech last night at the Harvard Law School, recently freed reporter David Rohde said his 10 days in

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Bands Set to Battle

With a guaranteed chance to perform before their fellow-undergraduates tonight, and the hope of winning a gig at a popular

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Billboard Imbroglio: Judge Says Ad Ban Does Not Violate Free Speech

The city of Cambridge is a step closer to being billboard-free after a U.S. District Court judge denied this month

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Council Supports Autonomy For PBHA

Siding with the students in their debate with the University administration about jurisdiction over Phillips Brooks House Association (PBHA), the

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