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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,

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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

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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

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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,

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Advanced Standing Option Debuts

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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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Murder Case Hearing Continues

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

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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

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Perpetuating Malpractice Woes

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

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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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