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Bok Passes ‘Go’ But Does Not Collect Paycheck

Shortly before Lawrence H. Summers announced his resignation from the Harvard presidency last February, the University’s top governing board asked

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

Next President Same as Last?

With constant public scrutiny and the always-present threat of a Faculty no-confidence vote, the Harvard presidency might seem a daunting

Prof Dogged by Dung Is Demoted

Andrei Shleifer ’82 isn’t the only Harvard economics professor to have been stripped of his endowed title after allegedly getting

Stanford’s No. 2 Denies Mass. Hall Ambitions

Online gamblers are giving Stanford Provost John W. Etchemendy better odds at being named Harvard’s 28th president than any candidate

Bok Heads to Italy

Interim President Derek C. Bok bade “ci vediamo” to his Mass. Hall office yesterday, as he set out for a

Citing Inequality, College Ends Early Action

In a move unprecedented among the nation’s top private schools, Harvard College will scrap its early admission program next fall

College Rejects Early Admissions

In a move unprecedented among the nation’s top private schools, Harvard College will scrap its early admission program next fall

Bok Pledges ‘Active Year’

Derek C. Bok expects to be out of a job by next July, but the University’s interim president said in

Gen Ed Committee To Unveil Preliminary Report This Month; Final Report To Follow

The committee charged with replacing the Core Curriculum with a new plan of general education hopes to unveil its preliminary

Rubin Vows To Stay At Harvard

Harvard Corporation member Robert E. Rubin ’60 has resigned from the board. No, not that board. In fact, although Rubin

Bok Pledges 'Active Year'

Derek C. Bok expects to be out of a job by next July, but the University’s interim president said in

Rubin Sheds One Board Post But Vows To Keep Another

Harvard Corporation member Robert E. Rubin ’60 has resigned from the board. No, not that board. In fact, although Rubin

Summers Named Eliot Univ. Prof

Lawrence H. Summers has vacated his Mass. Hall office, but he’s gained two new spots on campus in its place.

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