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William C. Marra

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Curricular Cooperation, Please

The chief lesson Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., Class of 1861, took from his time fighting in the Civil War, according

Cecilia C. Ekperi ’09

Cecilia C. Ekperi ’09, a leader of Harvard’s black community remembered by friends for her outgoing personality, died July 6,

Predictions

The Crimson’s editorial board puts its slightly scuffed crystal ball to work. Michael B. Broukhim ’07 Editorial chair Drew Gilpin

Chasing the Impossible

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—I love the Fung Wah Bus. You’d find that hard to believe if you knew my history with the

TAKING BACK THE YARD
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TAKING BACK THE YARD

Cantabridgian senior citizens enjoy dessert on Wednesday at the annual Harvard Yard Picnic, “Cambridge Con Salsa.”

Ekperi, 19, Dies During Game

Cecilia C. Ekperi ’09, a leader of Harvard’s black community remembered by friends for her outgoing personality, died last Thursday

Ekperi '09 Dies Suddenly During Basketball Game

Cecilia C. Ekperi ’09, a leader of Harvard’s black community remembered by friends for her outgoing personality, died Thursday after

Tulane Student Who Spent Semester at Harvard Dies

Amy C. McClendon, a 19-year old rising sophomore at Tulane University in New Orleans who was a visiting student at

Ousted Driver Sues Harvard

The shuttle driver who was involved in an altercation with two varsity football players on April 29 was fired by

Shuttle Driver Fired After Fight With Football Players

The shuttle driver who was involved in an altercation with two varsity football players on April 29 was fired by

HOLDING UP THE MIRROR

It’s safe to say that the story of sophomore Kaavya Viswanathan’s apparent plagiarism has captured the attention of the world

The Beginning of a Bi-Weekly Dialogue

Walter Cronkite once said that the job of journalists is “only to hold up the mirror – to tell and

Faculty Prepares For $100M Deficit

In a sobering report on the finances of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS), a committee of professors yesterday

Faculty Back Expansion of Advising

Professors expressed broad approval for bolstering and expanding pre-concentration advising at a meeting of the full Faculty yesterday, with many

Faculty Discuss Gen Ed Report

At yesterday’s meeting of the full Faculty, professors broadly supported replacing the Core Curriculum with a system of distributional requirements,

The Oval
Scrutiny

Seeing Red: Stanford v. Harvard

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Arts

Dead Letter: The Aesthetics of Horror

Election Strategy
Columns

Where Did All The Ideas Go?

Free Time
Columns

In Search of Lost Time