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Joshua D. Gottlieb

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Summers-Time and Speaking Freely Ain't Easy

Once Lawrence H. Summers was simply an economics professor. Like any other academic economist, he was trained to propose theories,

City Lauds Rise in Dorms

In a City Council chamber where politicians have frequently taken a confrontational approach towards Harvard, the councillors thanked the city’s

Mahan Leads Council To Success, Discord

Just as he proposed in his February 8 inaugural address, Undergraduate Council President Matthew W. Mahan ’05 has spent his

Kennedy Still Fighting After Seven Consecutive Senate Terms

When Sen. Edward M. Kennedy ’54-’56, D.-Mass, took Richard J. Clasby ’54 skiing in the winter of their freshman year,

Advanced Standing Option Debuts

After graduating from the Groton School in 1954, Henry R. Breck ’58 spent the next year traveling in Europe and

Ferguson Readies for Harvard

One of the world’s foremost scholars of American and British imperial history is about to join Harvard’s empire on the

Four New Review Groups Announced

Despite professors’ mixed reactions to the curricular review’s interim report, Dean of the Faculty William C. Kirby outlined at yesterday’s

Student Fee To Rise in Fall

The Faculty Council on Wednesday approved the student body’s vote in a referendum two weeks ago to raise the optional

Council Pushes Restroom Access

The Undergraduate Council approved contentious bills recommending gender-neutral restrooms and a campus women’s center in a three-and-a-half hour meeting last

Review Sparks Faculty Debate

After over a year of closed-door debate, the curricular review was openly discussed for the first time yesterday, when members

Council Mulls Over Report

In its first opportunity to comment on the College’s curricular review, the Faculty Council yesterday discussed the broad themes and

Murder Case Hearing Continues

In the second day of a pretrial hearing on Friday, the prosecution continued efforts to show that a Harvard graduate

Witnesses Testify in Murder Case

At a pretrial hearing yesterday, several witnesses testified on the mental and physical health of a Harvard graduate student around

Perpetuating Malpractice Woes

The past few years have seen a destructive increase in outlandish jury awards for the victims of medical malpractice in

Faculty Briefed On Sexual Assault Office

At its biweekly meeting yesterday, the Faculty Council heard about the progress of the new Office of Sexual Assault Prevention

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Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

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Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads