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Kenneth D. Schultz

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Harvard Celebrates Transit of Venus

What could bring together a collection of faculty, historical scientific instruments, a band and a crowd of several hundred enthusiasts

Pollster Urges Nonpartisanship

Democratic pollster Stanley Greenberg decried the increasingly polarized climate of “cultural politics” and called on Democrats and Republicans to engage

IOP Welcomes Spring Fellows

They’ve experienced, covered and crafted politics—influencing campaigns, scrutinizing officeholders and challenging our perceptions of the political system. Now, they’re coming

Faculty Will Ask Summers To Fight Military Recruiting

Harvard Law School (HLS) professors will send an open letter to University President Lawrence H. Summers Wednesday, requesting that the

Campus Military Debate Hits Court

A lawyer representing a coalition of professors and law schools argued in federal court Friday for the immediate suspension of

Scholar's Likeness Unveiled at HLS

A gathering of Harvard Law School (HLS) students and faculty yesterday afternoon paid tribute to two versions—one oil, one flesh—of

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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