Evan H. Jacobs

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Congressman Frank at a Nov. 12 dinner discussion in Eliot House.

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University President-elect Drew G. Faust walks with Secretary to the University Marc L. Goodheart '81 toward Mass. Hall after professors voted to approve a new general education curriculum for the College.

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With champagne in hand, Interim University President Derek C. Bok leaves University Hall after Tuesday's vote.

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Father Roman isn’t one of the official Klappermeisters for the Lowell Bells, but he may soon get his chance if the bells return to Moscow.

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New Core Loses 'Faith'

The task force charged with replacing Harvard’s Core curriculum has dropped its headline-grabbing proposal for a “Reason and Faith” requirement—a

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'Reason and Faith' Requirement Scrapped

The task force charged with overhauling Harvard’s Core curriculum has dropped the “reason and faith” requirement from its proposed list

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Bok: Core Is Faculty Priority

Welcomed by a standing-room only crowd of professors and a teary dean, Derek C. Bok yesterday presided over his first

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Constitutional Law Professor Laurence H. Tribe ’62 came to the U.S. in 1947 speaking no English. After clerking for Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart, Tribe was offered a job at the Law School where he has been ever since.

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Dean Sounds New Warning on FAS Deficit

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences still faces a projected $75 million deficit for Fiscal Year 2010, interim FAS Dean

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Professors Say This Core Is Solid

The proposed overhaul of the College’s Core curriculum released last week has already mollified several outspoken Faculty critics of the

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Timeline: The Difficult Road to Today's Report

Since the curricular review began to consider a new model for general education at Harvard College in 2002, the going

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REPORT RECASTS THE CORE

Harvard students should be required to study religion and U.S. history, according to a new curricular review report that emphasizes

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Defense Minister Critiques Pakistan

CORRECTION APPENDED India’s Defense Minister Pranab Mukherjee spoke before a large crowd about his country’s role in the global economy,

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