Allison A. Frost

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Hunger Pangs

I arrived in Washington, D.C. hungry for excitement. But soon enough, my hunger materialized quite differently. Equipped with a government

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Sikh’s Sword Seized By School

A Sikh student at the Harvard Summer School who carries a kirpan—a sword worn sheathed and under clothing by baptized

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Faculty Pushes to Retain Power

In the aftermath of a year of Faculty activism that led to the ouster of University President Lawrence H. Summers,

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Susan Faludi

On June 2, 1986, Newsweek magazine reported that college-educated women over 40 were more likely to be killed by a

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Council Ties Up Loose Ends

As rain showered Cambridge on Wednesday, motions and presentations inundated the Faculty Council—the highest governing body of the Faculty of

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Dean Asks To Change Name of Degree

Hillary Duff might receive a different degree from the Harvard Extension School if Dean of the Extension School Michael Shinagel

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New Classes Set to Debut

While lecture halls continue to fill for Life Sciences 1a and Social Analysis 10, Dean for the Humanities Maria Tatar

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Life Sci Reforms Advance

Potential life sciences concentrators in the Class of 2010 may face a completely new array of choices when they arrive

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Faculty Consider Revamping Bio

The number of concentrations within the life sciences may expand from five to eight as early as next year, if

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Faculty Council Meets for Bok Talk

Derek C. Bok met with members of the Faculty’s 19-member governing council yesterday during his first known visit to campus

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Interim Chief Seeks Curricular Relief

On Feb. 24, newly announced interim University President Derek C. Bok said that he will not impose his views on

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Tensions Linger at Closed FAS Meeting

Tensions between University President Lawrence H. Summers’ supporters and opponents lingered at yesterday’s Faculty meeting, with one of the outgoing

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Faculty Will Take ‘Time To Settle’

The highest governing body of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) yesterday cancelled the Faculty’s scheduled Feb. 28 meeting—which

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Council Calls for Halt in FAS Dean Search

The highest governing body of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) called for a halt in the dean search

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Faculty Mulls ‘Radical’ Dean Search Plan

The Faculty’s elected governing body asked professors yesterday to consider completely excluding University President Lawrence H. Summers from the search

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