Nicholas M. Ciarelli

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Harvard Eyes New Future for Discoveries

This is the final article in a three-part series. Part 1: A New Deal on Lifesaving Drugs Part 2: Tea

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Tear Down This Wall?

This is the second article in a three-part series. Part 1: A New Deal on Lifesaving Drugs Part 3: Ha

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Harvard Ups Stake In Spanish TV Station

At the Harvard Management Company, the head of the household walked out last year for a new life at a

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Toward a Consensus

As the Gates Foundation works to bring universities’ medical innovations to the developing world, student activists are taking up the

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A New Deal On Lifesaving Drugs

This is the first article in a three-part series. Part 2: Tear Down This Wall? Part 3: Harvard Eyes

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Summers Adds Wall Street Post to Portfolio

Unlike most job-seekers on campus this fall, Lawrence H. Summers doesn’t have to brave the recruiting rush to find a

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Alum Giving Rate Hits 17-Year Low

The percentage of Harvard College alumni who donated to their alma mater declined last year to reach a 17-year low,

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Harvard To Keep Epstein Gift

After money manager Jeffrey Epstein was charged in July with soliciting sex from prostitutes, several recipients of his donations distanced

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Univ. Raises $595M In '06

Despite this year’s tumult at the highest levels of University administration, Harvard’s fundraisers raked in a smidgen more than last

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Brown Chief Says No to Harvard

In the guessing game that surrounds Harvard’s search for its 28th chief, Brown University President Ruth J. Simmons is an

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Quietly, The Summers Era Ends

This week, Lawrence H. Summers gets to participate in an age-old Harvard tradition that he hasn’t yet experienced during his

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Rumsfeld Says He Is 'Most Grateful' for Summers' Support of ROTC

Outgoing University President Lawrence H. Summers has pocketed a thank-you note from an unlikely ally in the Bush cabinet: Secretary

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Harvard’s ‘Chief Cheerleader’

Robert Gregg Stone, Jr. ’45-’47, who was known among his colleagues as the University’s “chief cheerleader” during his 27 years

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Institutional Investigator

This winter, several Harvard professors opened their mailboxes to find anonymous, unmarked envelopes. Enclosed were copies of “How Harvard Lost

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Harvard's President: Guess Who?

Is your candidate a respected intellectual? Does your candidate have administrative experience? Can your candidate win the respect of faculty?

Adventures in Separation and Spain
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Adventures in Separation and Spain

Dare to Dye
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Dare to Dye

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Dos Besos

A World Cup Malcontent
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A World Cup Malcontent