Claire G. Friedman

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Job Flurry Hits Harvard

The number of on-campus recruiters at Harvard this fall has reached a record high since Sept. 11, according to the

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Students Scream for Free Ice Cream

In lines rivaled only by those seen at Annenberg during pre-frosh weekend, students waited at the Harvard Square Ben &

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HCl Spill Evacuates Science Center

A chemical spill in the Science Center early yesterday afternoon led to an immediate and complete evacuation of the building

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Harvard Alum Wins Pulitzer Prize

When a delivery person dropped off a carton of champagne at The Wall Street Journal’s Boston bureau Monday, Daniel L.

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Broad Director Lander Joins HMS

MIT Professor and Director of the Broad Institute Eric Lander join the faculty of Harvard Medical School (HMS) this month,

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Virus Mimics Harvard Server

A new virus that send messages under the guise of the Harvard e-mail server spread through computers across campus yesterday,

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New Director To Broaden Focus of Risk Analysis Center

Four months into his stint as head of Harvard’s Center for Risk Analysis (HRCA), James K. Hammitt ’78 has plans

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Bio Students Get By With Minimal Math Requirements

As Harvard faculty continue to emphasize the importance of interdisciplinary study, some biology students are learning the hard way that

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Network Joins Female Grad Students

Over lunch last October, five female friends from the Kennedy School of Government (KSG) decided it was time to unite

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Law Students Lace Up Their Skates

Though this week’s plummeting temperatures have driven most members of the Harvard community indoors, the Law School is giving its

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Roadshow To Feature Harvard Artifacts

A privately owned antique chair with a connection to Harvard’s history will be featured on the January 4, 2004 episode

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Mahan and Blickstead Tout Experience, Endorsements

Matthew W. Mahan ’05 and Michael R. Blickstead ’05 first met as opponents, battling to represent first-years in the East

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Med. School Students Mark AIDS Week

With a large AIDS ribbon crafted from red balloons, photos of dying AIDS patients and the screening of an AIDS

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'Hark' To Receive Makeover

Fifty years ago, architects and campus pundits used phrases like “dream come true” and “consistently good in design” to celebrate

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Kegs, Warmth Return for 120th Game

The Harvard football team crushed Yale yesterday in New Haven but for many it was the balmy weather, a bomb

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art

Boxes
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ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining
Columns

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

Reshuffling the Caseload
College

Unloading the Ad Board