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Paris Hilton displays some of her dance moves while hitting the Boston nightclub Rumor yesterday evening.

Hip Hop Scholar Offered Tenure

Harvard has extended a tenured professorship to hip hop expert Marcyliena Morgan, an offer denied three years ago under the

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Latkes vs. Hamantashen: The Promised Food

Potato or poppy? For the chosen people, it’s been an age-old debate over their chosen food. And last night, Frankfurter

GSD Prof Alleges Discrimination in Department

A Graduate School of Design (GSD) professor who penned a searing critique of her department last week in a resignation

Af-Am Seeks To Lure 2 Ex-Profs

The Department of African and African American Studies voted unanimously yesterday to push forward with the tenure case of hip

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From Asia with Love

Yiting Liu ’03 has become more than just a household name in China. Written by Liu’s parents, the 2000 Chinese

Little Lulu Goes to Harvard

At age 71, she’s still a character that endures and endears—her dress is the same bright red, and her licorice

Gates Named Univ. Professor

After a four-and-a-half-year vacancy, the Fletcher University professorship will be filled by Henry Louis “Skip” Gates Jr., Interim President Derek

Plane Crashes into Soph’s Building

For Baruch Y. Shemtov ’09, a plane’s collision into a high-rise apartment building on Manhattan’s Upper East Side yesterday hit

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‘Great Minds’ Pack Black Alum Event

In 1952, Harvard’s graduating class included just four blacks. A half-century later, nearly 700 black alums from the classes of

Go North, Young West? That's The Af-Am Talk

Amidst rumors that black studies scholar Cornel R. West ’74 may return to Harvard, members of the African and African

Library Chief To Close the Books

When Sidney Verba ’53 started out as director of Harvard University Library (HUL) more than 20 years ago, the school’s

Hist of Sci Launches ‘Commission’ Course

It’s a class with no papers, no midterms, and no final exam. As their one and only project, students in

Prof Accuses New Yorker of Defamation

CORRECTION APPENDED A Harvard mathematician has accused The New Yorker, a magazine famed for its meticulous fact-checking, of defaming him

New Planets Discovered

It’s no longer true that “My Very Excellent Mother Just Sent Me Nine Pickles,” as the old mnemonic device goes.

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