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Sam Teller

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Veni, Vidi, Veritas

Kenneth G. Saathoff ’09 RR: What will you miss most about Harvard? KS: Sunrise breakfast quesadillas. Hot breakfast in general.

15 Q's with Bass Professor of Government Michael J. Sandel

1.FM: Congratulations on topping the class enrollment list this semester. How does it feel to be the biggest? Michael J.

What's in a Friend?

A Harvard and Standford psychology study released last week revealed the children “demonstrate a predilection for people who have seen

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1) Be Harry Potter: shake down a Folk and Myth professor until they teach you some bad-ass spells. While you’re

Cyber Network Causes New Worries

You have been poked by...that random guy on the street? Starting in the next few weeks, Facebook.com will open its

Facebook.com News Feeds Cause Dissent

In the wee hours of Tuesday morning last week, someone pressed a button in the Palo Alto offices of Facebook.com,

Fifteen Questions with Lawrence H. Summers

Fifteen Minutes sits down with President Summers in his last days as president. Fifteen Minutes: What do you think of

Al Jean & Mike Reiss

When one day in the fall of 1977, Mike L. Reiss ’81, Al E. Jean ’81, and some friends got

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BOSTON As the Met and the Getty bid millions for Matisses and Goyas, one Massachusetts museum has had no trouble

HUDS To Offer E-Mail Alerts

Starting this fall, Harvard University Dining Services (HUDS) will send students e-mail alerts on days dining halls serve their favorite

Facebook Open to Cubicle Crowd

Eight months after opening its digital doors to high school students, Facebook.com is now allowing users in newly-created “work networks”

Student Arrested in the Quad

A male undergraduate was arrested in the Quad early Sunday morning after he allegedly stole a pair of rubber gloves

Investors Add $25M to Facebook’s Coffers

Two billion dollars it’s not, but Facebook.com has snagged $25 million in venture capital investments from three Silicon Valley firms.

Report: Facebook Looks for a $2 Billion Bidder

Facebook.com is for sale, and its young owners have rejected a $750 million offer with hopes of landing a $2

At the ’Berg, An Early Bird Special

As the saying goes, the early bird gets the buffalo chicken. At least that’s the case at Annenberg these days—the

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Columns

In Search of Lost Time

Photo Man
Ivy League

Beyond The Silver Screen

Larry, In His Element
Scrutiny

Professor Summers

Data Sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization