Natalie I. Sherman

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Harvard Graduates Head to Investment Banking, Consulting

Two out of five Harvard seniors entering the workforce will flock to lucrative jobs in business, consulting, and finance after

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The Thesis Puzzle

Writing a thesis is often billed as the capstone undergraduate experience, a long-term project meant to top off four years

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Many ’08 grads head for finance and consulting

Two out of five Harvard seniors entering the workforce will flock to lucrative jobs in business, consulting, and finance after

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Tailgaters Flout Drinking Rules

Tipsy students filled the field outside the Yale Bowl Saturday, despite fears that tightened regulations would tame the festivities. Though

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Track down the whisperer

On Saturday, August 13, 2005, at 4:30 a.m., the ring of my red phone woke me in Eliot House. I

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Lisa M. Henson

It’s not easy being green. But confronted with a resume like that of Lisa M. Henson ’82-’83, it’s also hard

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Burying the Dead, Not the Past

On the eve of my departure from my semester abroad in Chile, Augusto Pinochet, the country’s ex-dictator, died. My host

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Harvard Increases Funding for Childcare

Harvard will increase its aid for childcare services by $7.5 million next year in a move intended to boost the

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Harvard To Increase Funding for Childcare

Harvard University will increase its aid for childcare services by $7.5 million in an attempt to boost the number of

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Summers, Menino Celebrate Completion of Allston-Brighton Oral History Project

Outgoing University President Lawrence H. Summers received a warm send-off from the City of Boston last night at an event

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HUDS Workers Get Wage Increase

Harvard dining hall workers will earn a starting salary of $13.08 per hour next year, an increase of $0.83, according

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Diversity Office Takes First Steps

One year after outgoing University President Lawrence H. Summers promised $50 million to initiatives for the University’s women and minorities,

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Summers Leaves Stamp on Allston

During his five-year tenure, University President Lawrence H. Summers painted Allston’s future in broad brush strokes: a vision of green

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Residents Call for a Voice in Allston Planning

Local residents asked the University to redirect its public discussions toward neighborhood concerns like traffic and community benefits at a

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Psych! Students Show, Tests Don't

Of all the life lessons that Tal D. Ben-Shahar ’96 taught his students in “Positive Psychology” this semester, yesterday’s might

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Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

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Script Doctors

Harvard vs. Yale
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Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven